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Recently, I decided to X a Carbon Rilli with a Yellow Cherry to theoritically achieve a blue/yellow shrimp. This the formula ...

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The carbon rilli appears more blue in reality. Expecting a bunch of Yellow's or even Wild Type for the F1....BUT worth a shot eh !

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kaltses

Will look more like a Richmond shrimp I reckon.

Go Tiges!

:)

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northboy

So what you are saying is that the shrimp will soar like a eagle :sour::sour::congratulatory::congratulatory:

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northboy

Seriously mate that is a good ambition and you WILL get there.

Bob

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Squiggle

That's a pretty cool idea dude, although won't that be a Parramatta Eels shrimp? lol :smiley_simmons:

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ninja

Might do well on points, but will they make the goal??????????????

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ineke

I would rather purple and pink:couple_inlove: Don't follow sport so go on BB you can do it!!!! If you cant do purple AND pink then just one or the other will do!!!!:congratulatory:

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ninja

I know what you are really going for BB! Can't trick me!

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Squiggle

Blue & yellow Pinto? Now that would be cool :victorious:

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ninja

Nah, yellow and blue makes green???? Huh?

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CNgo2006

Well if anyone can do it , I'm sure it would be you...

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northboy

We have to pick on your faultless career some times BB. I still think you will get there, you have the grasp on genetics needed = first battle won

Bob

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Kimbo

shotgun first in line for these bad boys! got the WCE!

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