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    very nice! envy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by siowshrimp View Post
    very nice! envy!
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    Beautiful shrimps! Thanks for sharing the pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by SchorpioenW View Post
    Beautiful shrimps! Thanks for sharing the pictures
    You are welcome.

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    Your mosura flowerhead is superb. Really nice blue color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaminkutlu View Post
    Your mosura flowerhead is superb. Really nice blue color.
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    Hi hyoushoku!

    I read many of your posts and sharing food for the shrimp, I was very impressed. I'm in Vietnam for shrimp only eat the food TWB Mosura, Shirakura ....!

    I have one question to ask you, the margins a little bit! you have to cross the lake created by the TWB Pinto. If you know how to, can share their experiences are not breeding?

    My english is very bad, hope you read and understood. Thank you and hope to receive advice from you.
    Hello!

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    Quote Originally Posted by akieu64 View Post
    Hi hyoushoku!

    I read many of your posts and sharing food for the shrimp, I was very impressed. I'm in Vietnam for shrimp only eat the food TWB Mosura, Shirakura ....!

    I have one question to ask you, the margins a little bit! you have to cross the lake created by the TWB Pinto. If you know how to, can share their experiences are not breeding?

    My english is very bad, hope you read and understood. Thank you and hope to receive advice from you.
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    Hi akieu64,

    No worries on the English, I'm not fantastic in it either. In order to create blue/red pinto shrimp, it takes a lot of time. Reason for this is that you need to cross Taiwan Bee with black/blue diamond (some use wild tiger, if I'm not wrong). Tiger does not live in the same water condition as Taiwan Bee and they need time to acclimate. In addition, you need to force the tiger to cross-breed with Taiwan Bee too. After they willing to breed, you still need to cross-breed back and forth to get some gene mutation that has white strip. In conclusion, it is very pain staking.

    The easiest way to breed Pinto will be buying a couple of female Pinto and breed them with Hinomaru/Mosura BKK (currently, I'm testing to breed it with blue diamond and blue bolt mosura, not sure what will be the end result). Pinto is originated from cross-breeding as per I mentioned above and they are super hardy and can breed very easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyoushoku View Post
    Hi akieu64,

    No worries on the English, I'm not fantastic in it either. In order to create blue/red pinto shrimp, it takes a lot of time. Reason for this is that you need to cross Taiwan Bee with black/blue diamond (some use wild tiger, if I'm not wrong). Tiger does not live in the same water condition as Taiwan Bee and they need time to acclimate. In addition, you need to force the tiger to cross-breed with Taiwan Bee too. After they willing to breed, you still need to cross-breed back and forth to get some gene mutation that has white strip. In conclusion, it is very pain staking.

    The easiest way to breed Pinto will be buying a couple of female Pinto and breed them with Hinomaru/Mosura BKK (currently, I'm testing to breed it with blue diamond and blue bolt mosura, not sure what will be the end result). Pinto is originated from cross-breeding as per I mentioned above and they are super hardy and can breed very easily.

    Hi hyoushoku,

    Thanks for your sharing, in Vietnam they breed towards life TWB x Tibee f4, f5 (x crs wild tiger) it resembles Pinto (lower level).

    Over 1 year ago, I have 1 pool PH own setup. TWB 6.8 x intends to breed blue and black German Tiger but Tiger broke lose fear of TWB genome should not go in this direction.

    At one time, I have monitored the subject of German breeders (females) bred in the direction of TWB x Golden Orange for the Pinto but subject to stop, not written to.

    I have also created life f4 golden orange (this color is very rare appearance), f3 is not a life, I'm going to embrace his new f4 eggs yesterday, I wanted to test it out ... again! !

    You can give me ideas to go on the road TWB, for the Pinto.
    I sent 1 picture golden orange f3 life, you see if...





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    Outside orange would stand up (dark) shots due to color not bright enough to be flushed.
    PH Ho. 6.8, captures almost a year ago.

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