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WeNo

TT x CRS SS+ Breeding

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WeNo    0
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Can any one of you tell me.. If I breed Tangerine Tiger x Crystal Red Shrimp SS+, what kind of shrimps would i get¿?

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jayc    1,373
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You would get a Tibee. The colour would depend on which is more a dominant gene. It should be from a light red to a pale orange.

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Thanks for the info bro..

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On ‎08‎-‎01‎-‎2017 at 0:35 PM, jayc said:

You would get a Tibee. The colour would depend on which is more a dominant gene. It should be from a light red to a pale orange.

what about TT x Electric blue shrimp.. What will I get..

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jayc    1,373
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5 hours ago, WeNo said:

Electric blue shrimp

Never heard of an electric blue shrimp.

That's probably a product name. Like Toyota is a product name for a car.

What is it really? A Neocaridina? or a Caridina?

 

I'd take a guess that it's a Neocaridina - a cherry or rilli.

In which case they will not breed successfully with a Tiger shrimp. It would be like trying to breed a cat with a dog. 😛

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You may also get white or black lines/patterns on a light to dark orange shrimp

In second generation you may get some red patterns as red is resessive

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