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wayne6442

Hi Guys, You have all guessed by now from some of my pics, that I am into the unusual, in cherry shrimp,

Here is another little guy that I found today ( hope there is more) Enjoy!post-34-139909845881_thumb.jpgpost-34-139909845883_thumb.jpgpost-34-139909845885_thumb.jpgpost-20-139909845888_thumb.jpg

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durro68

Hey that's so cool .... hope you get a few more as well!

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NoGi

Interesting. Watered down Yellow?

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Dean

cool mate, new project :encouragement:

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wayne6442

One of the offspring of a yellow male to orange female, threw a mixture yellows and oranges and so far this little guy, I would not class him as a watered down yellow, because of the mixed gene's in his blood. The orange were derived from my deep red's with no yellow influence untill this tryout.The yellow male I can't vouch for because the male was one of Dean's and I don't know its origin. So in my thinking he is what he is, a white cherry. correct me if I am wrong.There are a couple more of this mateing to happen yet so it will be interesting to see if it happens again.

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Kimbo

Another breeding project mate, get some more tanks! Could be the start of a 'snowball'?

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Matt_95

Great looking shrimp!! It's not albino since that condition doesn't occur in invertebrates, it's just white, great looking shrimp!!

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Loach

Snowball shrimp actually do exist and are very desirable!! Find another pale one and start a new project wayne :)

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fishmosy

Awesome shrimp mate. Are you going to try to get a pure breeding line?

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lachie1998

very nice wayne definatly one to put aside to breed with more whites.

goodluck

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