discoloration on one among my cherry shrimp infants?

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  1. Congratulations on your babies. This looks like a normal and healthy male to me.

  2. When lower grade neocaridina shrimp breed, their babies will usually come out looking lighter (and often speckled like this) or even different shades of brown. If you are not intentionally breeding for color and culling the “undesirables” then you will eventually end up with “wild-type” shrimp. Basically what that means is that the offspring are no longer brightly colored and instead, the shrimp display the natural colors and patterns that would be found in the wild.

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