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Look at what i found in my tank

Discussion in 'Freshwater Invertebrates' started by WreckItRuan, Feb 14, 2018.

  1. WreckItRuan

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    Look at what I found in my full rcs tank can they mutate I've had the tank for about 3 months 20180214_204430.jpg
     
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    Looks like a rili. Cherry shrimp = Neocaridina davidi and there are bunches of different color morphs that have been line bred. Rili is one (red rili, specifically). If you bought from someone who had mixed the lines, the offspring will be a mixed bag, and future offspring will trend towards the 'wild' type, which is a solid brownish animal.

    Check here for a few ot the N. davidi color forms. Think of them like dogs--Great Dane or beagle, still a dog, even though they look very different because of human intervention.
     
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    Agree with Oriongirl. Cool shrimp.
     
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    Very cool. I like the MONSTER up front in the pic. LOL!
     

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