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Some Results from my Trials Neocardina Heteropoda vr Orange

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wayne6442

just a couple of pics of my Orange Cherries,these shrimp are the third generation in my project. i have now included them in with my yellows to see if a back cross will strengthen the colour. Anyone any ideas? I am confused as to the name of this variety so I call them Orange Sunkist Sakura.

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lachie1998

Nice work wayne, keep going and you will get some nice orange ones =)

goodluck and keep us updated on your progress

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Dean

looks like your on the right track for some orange shrimp, the best way i think with any selective breeding is breed numbers then separate the 2 with traits you like and cross them, then use those offspring with best features back with parents and so on and so on.

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