Aquascapejungle Posted December 15, 2019 Report Share Posted December 15, 2019 I have a 33gal planted tank with a mixture of both caridina and neocaridina together. It’s mostly a display tank and not for any breeding of specific strains. I have different neocaridina color strains including black rose, painted fire red, red rili, blue dream, orange/yellow rilis etc. naturally they throw a bunch of wilds which I cull as much as I can keep up with but I also have fun finding the different color morphs that appear every now and then. I noticed this little guy this morning that looks like he might be a black rili and he’s the first in my tank I’ve ever seen with light eyes. Have any of you ever seen something like this before? I have another black rili so depending on the sex of this light eyed juvenile I may try to breed more with these light eyes. Would it be possible? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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