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Aura Blue and Calceo Bee

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JonRon

Has anyone ever tried breeding These two Shrimp together?

Would anyone have a Suggestion on what the crossbreed could possibly look like?

 

 

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NoGi

I can't answer your question but those pictures are great. Did you take them? Beautiful shrimp, thanks for sharing.

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JonRon

No. They are copy and paste off a Website here in Germany that I have purchased from. My photos are just as good though :)

I have the Aura Blues, but not the Calceo/Caleco Bee which is also labelled as Golden Dragon. whom is priced at 30€

I was planning on crossing the Aura Blues, and Extream Blue Bolts to get some Blue and Red Steels.

Seen These "Calceo`s" and thought they were the coolest. I am thinking they are a cross between a CRS and a White/clear Bee. Hence the red markings and the clear Body. Which would not make them pinto, so Price would not be as much after crossing them, then selling the new breed created.

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JonRon

This is the Information I found on this Shrimp so far.


Called Golden Dragon or Calceo Bee Shrimp, is a crossbreed whose background is still unclear. We suspect that the Yellow King Kong shrimp crossed with red Shadow Bee have laid the foundation. But also the red tiger could be with the part.
It is distinguished by a beautiful bright yellow / red color, which is easily reminiscent of a tiger shrimp.

Any other ideas???

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