hello fellow shrimp keepers, I often cull my colonies of my black rose, cherry, and yellow Sakura shrimp. I look mostly for adult females with bad color, and a little bit of males too if the color is very bad. I use to feed them to my rams and altums, but I started to like the wild type patterns and coloration they had. So I setup a 20 gallon tank for culls. They are truly stunning and serve good purposes such as a cleanup crew, algae eater, etc. Since all of them came from different strains, when they breed, they produce hybrid shrimp identical to wild specimens because they have tiger-like stripes, and little to no color. I even ended up with one dark orange shrimp that I see from time to time. Overall, I think that if you have an extra tank with non aggressive small fish, or a spare tank, set it up to put culls in. I think that wild type specimens are underappreciated and would look amazing in a natural blackwater biotope or serve a beneficial purpose in another peaceful tank. What do you guys think?