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    Great chart, this should become a sticky thread...

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    funny l come across this table since l came across on it through google and decided to save it to documents for future reference, thanks again i'm sure you've helped out some other members

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    Default shrimp crossbreeding table ver. 1.3.

    Here is version 1.3. of my crossbreeding chart, July 2011.

    attachment removed, newer version online
    Last edited by imke_j; 5th Sep 2011 at 03:39 PM.

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    good work!

    but i don't see rili shrimps

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    Quote Originally Posted by bali_ View Post
    good work!

    but i don't see rili shrimps
    You are right, the pagebreak cut Rili off It is footnote 2, Rili cross like other neocaridina.

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    what great effort from you to do such things. now i have dream to own all these type shrimps for experimental breeding. great work

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    Two that I know that didn't make your chart are

    Caridina cf. propinqua (Orange Sunkist) and Caridina gracilirostris (Red Nose).

    I'm really curious about this as I have them housed together. Before the C. gracilirostris where placed into the tank, the Propinqa were breeding fine and the ladies carried the eggs to term. After the addition (there are only a few of each specimen left), I will find a berried Propinqua one day and she drops the eggs the very next day. Could just be a coincidence but I'm getting ready to seperate the two to find more on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammer View Post
    Two that I know that didn't make your chart are
    Caridina cf. propinqua (Orange Sunkist) and Caridina gracilirostris (Red Nose).
    In my table, I have only freshwater dwarf shrimp breeders. It might be a good idea to start one for brackish water breeders - but that is not my turn

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    Quote Originally Posted by imke_j View Post
    In my table, I have only freshwater dwarf shrimp breeders
    But you list Caridina serratirostris in your table.

    They all breed in freshwater but the babes will need salt water to develop.

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    Default New Crossbreeding Table

    I updated the table as I had a copy paste error in the caridina serrata lines.

    shrimp_crossbreeding_table_1.3.2.pdf

    recently confirmed crosses:
    Golden Vietnam x Princess Bee
    Princess Bee X Crystal Red
    cardina trifasciata x Crystal Black

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