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    http://www.shrimpnow.com/forum/atta...1&d=1265978363

    English name: Blue leg poso
    Scientific name: Caridina caerulea
    Origin: Lake Poso in Sulawesi, Indonesia
    Size male/female: 2,5 cm
    Water temperature: 25 - 29șC, I keep them at 25,5șC
    Water Parameters:
    High or low breeding form: high breeding, between having egg en releasing shrimplets is 20 days, she will repeat this every 16 days after she released her shrimples
    Behaviour: Best swimmer of all sulawesi shrimp, I think
    Difficulty: One of the most easy shrimp to keep
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    My experience on this species: very good and NOT shy at all

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    Caridina caerulea has a bluish to reddish transparent body and red antennae. The rostrum and legs are bluish.

    Caridina caerulea has blue spots in the tail

    Caridina caerulea mainly lives on hard substrates (wood, stones and sporadically in plants).

    Caridina caerulea is endemic.
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    Beautiful chung!!!

    Nice job! Congratulations!!! I have some interest in both cardinals and harlequin but availability is very limited here in the states as of yet.







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    Well done. Many thanks,
    Please also create this in our species section!
    http://www.shrimpnow.com/viewcategory.php?moduleid=51

    BTW: they get larger than 2 cm.

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    between 2 -2,5 cm


    I have also good results with species like dennerli en white orchids,

    and I have no rights to write something there....


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    i also have good results with the same species (white orchids, dennerli and caerulea )

    only the Spinata's won't breed here, they survived over the past year, but still no fry i have seen a pregnant female, but never little shrimps

    i would like to post some pictures , but there's always an error that said that i haven't got enough posts (15 or more) but i have allready 16 :s

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    Hi chungck,

    Can you try to enter an article again? It show be ok now.


    shrimpsie,
    Try again, it shoul dbe ok now.

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    here are the pictures












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    Hi Silane,

    I tried one minute ago...and still nope....

    this is what I got....

    "You are not logged in or you do not have permission to access this page."

    I think I have NO permission to enter a thread....

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    watch this movie of my tank

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_A5JS51MsE

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrimpsie View Post
    i also have good results with the same species (white orchids, dennerli and caerulea )

    only the Spinata's won't breed here, they survived over the past year, but still no fry i have seen a pregnant female, but never little shrimps
    I also have the same problem with the Spinata's......never seen one with eggs..., I have now only one left.....

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