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    No news on this?

    Whats funny is that recently a few lookalikes showed up in my mix tank. I know (almost) for sure the mother is Tagerine Tiger, but the father, I don't know. Wish to know, because they look kinda cool yellow:


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    I asked around and all claimed that it is a type of Neo.

    Nice shrimp you have there. Your that tank has all colour of shrimps. It is so colourful. LOL!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hyoushoku View Post
    I asked around and all claimed that it is a type of Neo.

    Nice shrimp you have there. Your that tank has all colour of shrimps. It is so colourful. LOL!!!
    Neo after all.. strange story.
    Yes it's my mix tank with about 10 different genes. Happend by accident, but it look nice . Not sure if I posted before, but here you can find some vids of it: https://www.youtube.com/shrimpmastertube/videos

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    Nice....

    I saw a lot of tiny bubble. This is CO2 injected tank?
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    No, just air. It's because I put in the wood just a minute ago. Then I saw all the shrimp jump on it, "yeah a new toy!" haha. That why a made a quick video of it. Oops going offtopic now, but the yellow king kong story was on it's end, so nevermind .

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    Yes, the yellow KK story ended.

    For your yellow shrimp, since you have a cross-breeding tank, you should tried to breed out white stripes on yellow body. I think it is totally possible. Depending on which are the dominant gene, you will be able to achieve either white discolouration or stripes initially.
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    Actually, I have a funny looking yellowish orange eyes baby in my cross-breeding tank. Not sure what it will grow up as. Maybe a yellow shrimp;
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    Ik keep thinking about this.

    The yellow shrimp in the last picture is grown up and looks real nice. I will post a new picture soon.

    So far I isolated a female tangerine tiger and put it in a breeding box with Princess bee males. The female got berried, but dropped the eggs in the next following days. So this can't be the match.

    Could the male be just a red bee, Taiwan bee or blue or normal tiger? By now someone would have crossed them and some yellow shrimp should show up. Except from Silanes yellow shrimp I don't see any reports about this.

    But it's not a neo in my case...

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    Please show us some pictures. ^^
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    Sure .

    As you can see from the normal color green of the moss, I did no heavy editing at all, almost exacly as shot. Little color balance, removed dust and sharpen a little. This color is very close to real life color.



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