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First big potential cherry male :)

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2OFUS

After months and months of breeding ,culling and adding new blood line ,finally a nice result

we have been watching this guy since birth lol (1 or 2 weeks old)

watching with anticipation and hope

We prayed to the shrimp gods that it would be a male :)

within the last 3 weeks it has had a massive growth spurt

anyways here's a pic or 2 of HIM :)

could it be the START of some real true fire reds

lets hope

cheers everyone

enjoy

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2OFUS

Another pic :)

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2OFUS

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OPINIONS ???

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KiwiBigD

Thats a better shot. He has potential for sure. If you need a few girls let me know. I'm just about to take down our Red Cherry Shrimp

tank as we're cutting back and our big 8 foot tank needs to go!

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Heavyd

Looks very promising mate. Now start pimping.

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ineke

Wow well done he looks very promising:encouragement:

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2OFUS

Im interested davin as I'm always adding new bloodlines so I don't exhaust the current bloodline

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MrShrimp

Nice, can't wait to see the out come.

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torface

Wow he's great! Very interested to see the development of a true fire red line! :)

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Aquathumb

Outstanding 2ofus!

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durro68

Good luck with that Gary & Jess!

Put me down on the list when you get them going!

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ninja

Very nice for a male.

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Squiggle

Absolutely stunning male dude, that's a very exciting prospect you've got there, I hope you do produce the first true painted fire red in Australia, very well done! :victorious:

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khemo

To be honest, it looks like it could be a young female to me. Let's hope I am wrong as that will be a stunning specimen if it is indeed a male.

Nice looking shrimp nonetheless.

Good luck and keep us updated.

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JohnH

Nothing like seeing a quality Cherry Shrimp. Keep us updated on the breeding program.

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gravychic

Looks great, good luck with the program!

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