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Aura Blue Tigers in AU?

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Kaylenna

I've seen people selling Aura Blue hybrids in Au - are they really here??  Can anyone confirm?

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KeenShrimp

Hi @Kaylenna, the Aura blue tigers are actually Tupfel shrimp/ Caridina Serrata. I have not seen the green apple or Aura blue available here yet.

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Kaylenna

Perhaps it's incorrectly named or there are 2 species sharing the name, but...

http://www.shrimpfever.com/shop/caridina-shrimp-only/aura-blue-tigers/#tab-description

http://www.shrimpfever.com/shop/caridina-shrimp-only/tangerine-tiger-shrimp/

I've seen it as Caridina cf cantonesis other places too, and yes I know the thing about "cantonesis" being renamed/misnamed etc.

I've tried to search for definitive info, but the scientific names of shrimps appear not to be a top priority for most people, especially those with access to genetic sequencing gear.  If you have some sort of confirmation, please share.

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anthonyd

Aura blue are caridina cantonensis not cf. cantonensis, tupfel are found in a different location. Shrimp are not described using genetics but physical traits.

 

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neosin

I have pure aura blue tigers breeding atm, pm me if anyone interested to buy :)

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