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    Default Neocaridina davidi "yellow" x Sakura Red rili

    Is there anybody who did this crossing? What was the result?

    I like to try this crossing.

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    Nobody? Also not a similar crossing?

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    From what I have read all you would get is "ugly normal (wild type) looking shrimp".. I have both red rili and yellow but have not tried any type of crossings myself. Maybe some day.. All I can say is take a male and female and see what happens. I would be interested to see what comes out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnnice View Post
    All I can say is take a male and female and see what happens.
    I already did. a have a few little shrimpletts, but cannot tell you how they will look like. They are to small. Perhaps after a few weeks.

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    Green, hidding both Yellow and red, reappear when you cross them, (Mendel), some are rilli, some not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philderodez View Post
    Green, hidding both Yellow and red, reappear when you cross them, (Mendel), some are rilli, some not
    Is this your experience or is this your prediction?

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    Mine went wild colour and then the wild took over the tank LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by SchorpioenW View Post
    Is this your experience or is this your prediction?
    My experience. Never assert what i didn't try. I curreently have this kind of issue, green/brown (wild color). They give half yellows in youngs.

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    Cull males and mate females with yellow males

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    Hello , Give us some pictures please

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