Mr. F Posted January 23, 2016 Report Share Posted January 23, 2016 Ello All! I haven't made a full introduction yet, I'm Nick and I plan on making an intro in the next weeks once i handle this move back in with two of my college friends and see how may shrimp survive the stress.The aforementioned friends of mine are practicing marine biology and ecology, so they understand the needs of aquatic animals. They're quickly getting into the hobby of planted tanks and shrimping, so i'm giving them each a started colony. meaning... soon I'll be in that WTB section trying to get some shadow pandas, snow whites, etc. I guess I got off track, in my years of shrimping I've realized that there is always another hybrid to be found. The point is that id like to try and develop a system based on observed breeding that gives us an interactive web-based view of where each variation comes from. If you'd like to participate, please reply with as long a lineage of your shrimp as you can. (try to include pictures) Sidenote: I have a degree in Biochemistry, MolecularBiology, and Bioinformatics as well. I have sufficient knowledge in JAVA and Python, capable enough to make this happen. I would be thrilled to help. Send me any concrete knowledge of shrimp lineages!!! Starting points are the ever-famous neo and caridina charts, but let's try to expand it with an interactive aspect. Thanks, Nick Wygglz, mayphly, jem_xxiii and 1 other 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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