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    Default Tiger dark blue or brown?

    This is one of my female blue tiger, but I think you can call blue is more like a tiger brown, someone tried to select this color?
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    Hi Paco,
    some people in Germany have similar reddish/brownish Blue Tiger and try to fix the color, as far as I know.
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    Color is awesome

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    one of my blue tiger looks the same also

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    this one is different of my blue tigers.it already does not have anything of blue






    of juvenile tapeworm this color



    is impressive color changes of this kind

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    ^ That's from a blue tigers? Wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paco-m View Post
    this one is different of my blue tigers.it already does not have anything of blue
    Nice shrimp! The question of the day is if this animals lacks genetically the blue color or if it does not show it but has the genetically ability.

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    These changes in coloration only produced in females, if I find a male with some of the colouration I'll try and reproduce this color with brown stripes, I've got it in red tigers,

    I bought this as a super red tiger, will put you in the tank of the red tigers,il try get red tiger with orange eyes

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    I would love to get some blue tigers but if you want to keep the line pure if means only keeping the solid colour shrimp. I wouldn't want to sell/give them away.

    So i only have 2 options: red or black tigers.

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    Nice shrimp, thanks for sharing your pictures!

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