realized that I sometimes have trouble deciding which is what, especially when I had östeuropa online dating to first determine the sex of the shrimp before I can grade. If you are keen on breeding RCS to get better grades, then do separate them into different tanks, you'll need to continue shifting the shrimps around as they grow and display their true colors. Sakura Grade, mostly red except the lower body and legs, which are very spotted or striped. A young shrimp may look like sakura grade in the pre-packed bag or LFS tank, but when put in a tank with favourable conditions, there is a chance it may gradually develop into a fire red after a few successful molts. Power 12V devices anywhere, like tire inflators, power inverters, and more.
Very solid and opaque shells, saddles and eggs only visible through the shell under back-lit conditions. Went to the LFSs and its even more confusing at times, although the overall trend is moving towards cheaper fire reds so the lower grades are not really featured as much. Its always better to pay abit more to personally select the good ones directly from the LFS tank instead. Did some googling and put together some rough photos of what I "think" should be the grading imho. However, I do notice a difference in the quality of the offsprings. There are lots more variations in color quality within each grade and very often their color intensity can change depending on water conditions, diet and their stress level. I will fix this asap and release a new update. Some of the photos are mine and some from google image search. What kinds do we have? Cherry Grade, mostly transparent with spots of light red.