maelstroem Posted July 14, 2018 Report Share Posted July 14, 2018 Hi Hello - I am new to the forum. I have never kept shrimps before ( have kept tropical fish in various types for many years ) but I am about to , I have all the gear ready to go but am moving house in a few weeks so waiting until then to get stuck in. Now moving on to the title question / s ..... do King Kong shrimp breed true? Does black X black always = black - same for red X red and yellow X yellow. Also mixing the colours - I've read somewhere that black is dominant to red but the red can be carried in split form , where does the yellow form stand in this is it recessive to both black and red ? I have noticed there are various patterns in KK ( extreme - with the tip of the tail white against a solid main colour ) but also some with bands on them, are these actual recognised patterns or are they just better / worse grades ? If they are recognised patterns - do the patterns breed true also ? Which shrimp are required to breed KK's without using a KK as a parent? Thanks M Cottaball 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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