Male or female Bloody Mary shrimp?

Discussion in 'Cherry Shrimp' started by AquaticsMan, Jun 4, 2016.

  1. AquaticsManNew MemberMember

    Can anyone tell me whether this Bloody Mary shrimp is male or female? Picture 1 is what I think is male. Picture 2 I think is female. 1.image. 2.image
     
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  2. Protim Sarkar

    Protim SarkarWell Known MemberMember

    I guess you are right.
     
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    AquaticsManNew MemberMember

    Thanks protim, any other opinions out there?? Lol
     




  4. jlm418Valued MemberMember

    I would say your right as well. Female shrimp will be bigger and have brighter color
     
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    AquaticsManNew MemberMember

    Male or female??

    I always thought the Bloody Mary male had as much colour as female, I guess not
     
  6. AichmalotizoWell Known MemberMember

    Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but those can't be bloody Mary grade males are supposed to be as thickly colored as female at bloody Mary grade. Look like a low fire red to me.
     
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    AquaticsManNew MemberMember

    Yeah the males low grade :(
     
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    AquaticsManNew MemberMember

    I would say there mainly fire reds and a few painted fire red, shop advertised them as Bloody Mary
     
  9. AichmalotizoWell Known MemberMember

    Yeah, fire red males range down to Sakura coloring, and it that male you have looks like Sakura. I hate when people advertise things as something different. Especially since bloody Mary and Sakura-fire red shrimp are 2 different lines. Bloody Mary are a red morph from the chocolate line, and it's actually the flesh on the shrimp that is red, whereas regular red cherry have a red exoskeleton/shell.
     




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