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This is my best so far I'm trying to get some better males from somewhere. I really want the whole body a solid red. But I suppose I'm getting there

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andy-Eco-tank

Looking good.

How long have you been trying for the full red?

So I no how long I'm looking at.

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daimen

I started with pretty good stock so it hasn't taken that long maybe 5 or 6 culls to get where they are

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OzShrimp

Good looking female, i have always noticed that it is extremely hard to get good males as most breeders keep them for that reason.

Hope you manage to get a good male for her

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Squiggle

Very cool dude, good luck getting a couple of nice males. :thumbsu:

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daimen

Yeah my males are not the best but I'm getting these reds from maybe 80% of each group I only have to cull about 1 or 2 females from every 10

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