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Old 07-11-2013, 04:23 AM   #1
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My own strain of RCS??

I was counting my Neocaridina shrimp today at feeding time and found one with a red color morph. I read up on them a bit and learned that RCS were bred from the same type of shrimp I have. Has anyone thought of breeding out their own strain of RCS?

Btw, the count is at minimum 52 neocaridinas

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It's possible to create your own strain due to the fact that they are prolific breeders like guppies. Keep in mind that cross breeding strains may result in a dull colored shrimp.
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