I have a fairly new tank, it finished cycling at the end of June and I added male guppies, mystery snails and amano shrimp. About two weeks later I added some blue velvet shrimp they all arrived alive, healthy, and a very deep blue color, but some of them were extremely small. After about a month I’m down to two blue velvet shrimp, I’m assuming the other very small ones were eaten by the guppies. So tonight my wife tells me she sees a small clear shrimp in the tank. I know this shrimp is a blue velvet because my amano shrimp are probably 5 times bigger than my blue velvets. But does anyone know why it’s completely clear? It doesn’t have even a hint of blue on it. My water parameters are completely normal, I do 50% or more water changes every week, I feed my shrimp plenty so why is this shrimp clear? It hasn’t been hiding, I can’t find a molt that size in my tank, and it seems active and healthy. If it would have arrived clear I wouldn’t have been concerned but as all my blue velvets arrived deep blue and now I have one that is completely clear. Also the other two blue velvets are still blue. Any info on this would be appreciated, thanks! Here’s some pictures of the clear blue velvet shrimp. The last picture is a picture of one of my large Amanos next to the clear blue velvet.