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    Hi, thanks for the info...about the yamato fries...I thought all the fries were my cherries but it so happens some are like yamatos (non reddish)! they are alive till today, not as big as their parents (3cm!!!)
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    hi,

    may I know whether Malaysia Shrimps and CRS can cross breed?

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    See the intersection between Crystal Red and C. babaulti "Malayan" on the chart in post #8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veggieboy View Post
    hmmm how sure are you that they wont kill each other??
    i'm pretty sure i just saw my cherry being eaten by a yamato shrimp. =/
    I ever saw my cherry attack the malayan shrimp. Its like digging the yellow stuff on the head. After that, the malayan shrimp just jump and died.
    I've seen a few such incidnts happened.

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    Yamatos can be very aggressive towards other shrimps. Any problems like grabbing food or attacking shrimps that have moulted?

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by az_jedi7 View Post
    Hi, thanks for the info...about the yamato fries...I thought all the fries were my cherries but it so happens some are like yamatos (non reddish)! they are alive till today, not as big as their parents (3cm!!!)
    Non reddish does not mean yamato. Could be wild cherries. How long have the shrimplet been in ur tank? If they are already adult, do they have black spots around their cheeks?

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    Brackish water = semi-salty water
    Black water is to replicate the conditions of the Amazons where firsh like Cardinals live

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    yamato might be one of the problem for little baby shrimp... i think yamato shirmp is quite aggressive.

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    Can I keep green shrimps, orange shrimps and cherry shrimps in the same tank? Will they cross breed?

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    i read this thread too late... got some that cant mix already in the tank

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    Yap they will

    Quote Originally Posted by Quixotic View Post
    Try and learn about scientific names of the shrimps, it may help you inf the future.

    Tiger - Caridina cf. cantonensis 'Tiger'
    Sakura - probably Neocaridina heteropoda var. 'Red'
    Blue - unknown, could be anything (read this, http://www.aquaticquotient.com/forum...highlight=blue)

    Look up the intersections and tell us if they will cross breed.

    On another note, the English version of the above chart can be found here.
    http://www.crustaforum.com/images/crossbreeding_big.jpg

    Please also read the disclaimer at the top of the chart.

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    The cross breeding chart is deadlink

    I wish to know what can of shrimp can i keep together yet have chance to breed
    Water temp 28
    PH 6.5-7.5

    I am narrowing Fire red shrimps
    I like green and neon fire yellow also aura blue
    Basically all 4 colors ! haha
    Maybe they can cross breed and come out a rainbow color shrimp ! *dreaming

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    Hi bro, hope this link give you a better idea.

    http://www.shrimptank.ca/wp-content/...BC7AFC16BD9267

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by jedimech View Post
    Hi Bros, does anyone know will Tigers, Sakuras & Blue shrimps cross-breed?
    The tiger shrimps will not breed with Sakuras for sure. However when both of them died, either of them will clear one up.

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dean View Post
    Can I keep green shrimps, orange shrimps and cherry shrimps in the same tank? Will they cross breed?
    i believe those shrimp you mentioned are all neocardina, thus they will cross breed and you may end up with wild their wild form.

    nonetheless u can check out the chart below:

    http://www.redcherryshrimp.net/wp-co...ding-Chart.pdf

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    Hi shrimpers,Can golden top mix with crs?
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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by alanchow76 View Post
    Hi shrimpers,Can golden top mix with crs?
    Yes. They will not cross breed.

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    Re: Can I keep these different shrimps in the same tank?

    This is one of the most beautiful tanks I have ever seen! I could look at this for hours. Amazing!

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