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Red Cherry shrimp with blue eggs? and some shrimp photo

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Interesting! My red cherries always had either red or a yellow-y colour eggs. Never seen blue before 0.o

is the red cherry only in with other red cherries? Or has it been crossed with another colour?

Beautiful BlueBolts! And nice photography skills! Very crisp and clear :)

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poeticwinter

yea usually yellow/ red and turn dark when close to giving birth / hatch. i just watch them and amazed one of red cherry have blue eggs. i mix them with other colour right now include black cherry, blue bolt. ill separate them soon :)

Interesting! My red cherries always had either red or a yellow-y colour eggs. Never seen blue before 0.o is the red cherry only in with other red cherries? Or has it been crossed with another colour?Beautiful BlueBolts! And nice photography skills! Very crisp and clear :)

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The RCS that I have either berried up yellow or sometmes a dark green...Never had blue berried RCS...Thanks for the pics

+1 nice BB

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