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    Default [Help] Please help me, is this C. Trimaculatus or not?

    I just got a group of C. Denerli (Whitespot), and i just have found one shrimp is different from the other, is this a c. trimaculatus or not? i don't really know what species, would you help me id the shrimp?
    i attach the picture, sorry for my bad english, it seem don't have white claw like the others..please help
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    I think it's not dennerli, it looks to what i have as 3 spot red bee.

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    so this is a positive c. timaculatus right?..i only have one from a bunch of c. dennerli i bought..

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    it seems so, 3 spot red bee=Trimaculatus. I have posted some pics of my Trimaculatus in this thread, you can compare with yours if you want.

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    well thank you @masele, yes it seem C. Trimaculatus, i have compared to the pictue you posted.. but your Trimaculatus have blueish coloration, mine is a deep red..

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    Yes, my shrimps are mostly blue and none of them are completely red but i'm not sure why... they are not stressed as they live in the same tank for about 7 months, have plenty of food, good hiding places and they even breed!!

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    in my tank they all red, some got very deep red, and i have a little proble from feeding them, they don't like any pelet, wafer i feed them, they also not like veggies, but they love dry old leaf.. so i keep fed them with that heheheh.. do you have same feeding issue? oh and btw how long your c. dennerli or c. trimaculatus got berried? do you know any information regarding their breeding season/cycle?

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    At first feeding is quite tricky for all of sulawesi shrimps, in fact what they always want is bateria film that grows on the leafs, wood or almost anything that touches the water... when they are right and breed will accept another foods, almost any kind of food!! mine love fish food.
    Don't know how log it takes to free the eggs for Trimaculatus because i didn't have any chance to control it, but i observed that dennerli does it in more or less than a month and could breed when they reach 3 months... very fast indeed!!

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    really!?? ooo..hmm. i think i must try to introduce another type of food to them slowly i guess...heheheheh i just can't wait to see mine breed heheheh.. thank you masele

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