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shrimpsider

Hi,

there is a new grading guide up in the internet, which very detailed also considers the new TB variants as Pinto. I guess the graphics later will be translated to English by Uli Bauer. Have a look at the patterns they explain:

https://www.facebook.com/NewShrimpGrades

- Imke

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durro68

THANKS FOR KEEPING US UPDATED IMKE!

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Squiggle

That's awesome Imke, thanks for sharing it with us :victorious:

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ineke

Thanks Imke:encouragement:

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ninja

Wow, thanks Imke, it's great to keep up with overseas trends!

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torface

Garnelchen, where are you?? :P

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ninja

Pity I can't read it?

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torface

This is why we need Garnelchen! :D

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MrShrimp

Nice find shrimpsider, thanks for sharing it with us :)

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Garnelchen

I'm here! I will translate when I come back.....I am on my way out to pick up my little boy.

Hang on.....YOU speak German too, Torry!

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torface

LOL yeah but I only think when im getting paid for it ;)

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torface

I just tried, I can understand but I cant really translate :(

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Garnelchen

banded: the pleon segment (= segment of the abdomen) is marked over the complete width right down to the belly.

saddled: the pleon segment is marked over the complete width but only to the middle of the body.

lined: the pleon segment is only marked at one end (the tail side) with a small line that only reaches the middle of the body.

I find this very hard to translate. I hope that everybody understands my translation...if not, let me know. :dejection:

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Squiggle

Sounds good to me, makes total sense, thanks Garny :encouragement:

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torface

Yes, sounds about right! Thanks :)

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newbreed

Great reference, many Thanks!!

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neosin

Had a look on that facebook page and i JUST DROOLED ALL OVER MY KEYBOARD!!!

Some days I just wish someone imports a container of TB in oz so the prices can go down lol!

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