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    Hi Shrimplovers! Just two weeks left to the...

    Hi Shrimplovers!

    Just two weeks left to the great show:

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    Hope to see some of you there!
    Werner
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    Hi guys! Exactly. It makes no sence to...

    Hi guys!


    Exactly. It makes no sence to publish the new assigment in a scientific paper (maybe a short note on colour strains sold in aquarium trade will be added to a sc. paper dealing with...
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    Hi! We found also some other intresting...

    Hi!


    We found also some other intresting shrimp and small fishes on this trip. We first want to publish a review on the trip in a magazine. Afterwards I will publish some pics and data on the...
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    Hi Aelysa! Your shrimp either belong to C....

    Hi Aelysa!

    Your shrimp either belong to C. parvidentata or C. sulawesi. These two species could nat be distinguished on basis of life coloration pics. See some photo of these species on our page:...
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    Hi! Frank is right: The picture with...

    Hi!

    Frank is right:



    The picture with the blue-striped bee was taken few hours after capture in water differtent from the shrimp habitat.
    In natural habitat these shrimp appear black and...
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    Hi! Could be Caridina loehae. The live...

    Hi!


    Could be Caridina loehae. The live coloration of this species is wine-red with white spots.

    Cheers
    Werner
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    Hi joydiv! Your Caridina sp. "whiteorchid" got...

    Hi joydiv!

    Your Caridina sp. "whiteorchid" got a scientific name theese days. This specs is now called Caridina striata.

    Cheers
    Werner
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    Hi! Pic1 is showing Caridina...

    Hi!



    Pic1 is showing Caridina serratirostris, a species widely distributet in the indopacific region with marine larval development.


    Pic2 is showing one of the species from the malili lake...
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    Hi Xema! The shrimp on this pic is not...

    Hi Xema!



    The shrimp on this pic is not really C. spongiola. Ita closely related species living on rocky substrate. It will be described as a new species by Yixiong Cai in a few weeks.
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    Hi! Of course, there are freshwater crabs...

    Hi!



    Of course, there are freshwater crabs on all continents which can reproduce in pure freshwater. Here in Europe there are some species of the genus Potamon but there are more than 700...
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