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    I thought i'd share a few photo's of my favourite australian shrimp, while they aren't the most colourful shrimp going around (these guys are a golden/brown sort of colour) they are very active and don't seem to be bothered by larger fish, i keep mine with some mid sized rainbows (7cm approx) and they don't seem fussed at all, there are pretty easy to breed the females always seem berried up and are pretty tolerant of water conditions.
    They were recently renamed after some DNA testing was conducted on them there scientific name now is C. sp. NT 2.


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    the one in the last pic seems to be the one with large claws (the big eyes) instead of the Cardinia
    right?

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    Interesting shrimp and I always enjoy seeing different species of shrimp. Thanks for sharing. I enjoy all types and yours is nice with the very dark eggs.

    Bill

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