One among my cherry shrimp turned out to be a crimson fireplace cherry.

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  1. Cherry and fire cherry are both neocardina and is only a difference in grade, often confused with the brighter males and the fact most cherrys are sold as cull grades (c grade) true fire cherry (s-ss grade ) are full red evenly throughout with no break on legs , or minimal line often referred to as racing stripe. Painted fire is the slightly higher darker grade of the fire cherry neocardina. I personally would say this is a “A grade cherry” but some may call it a low grade fire , keep up the selective breeding and culling and in time you may be able to achieve S-SSS grades. Good work non the less 🙂 [for more info you can see this basic guide](

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