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RE: Zebra shrimp (OT)
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- Subject: RE: Zebra shrimp (OT)
- From: "Charles Kuehnl" <ckuehnl at cox_net>
- Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2003 09:03:53 -0500
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I'm not sure if this is the same thing but last night I was poking
around and came across this link -
http://www.japan-net.ne.jp/next/red/red*e.html. It is about Red Bee
Shrimp but the text shows that these came from some "normal bee shrimp
which are banded with black stripes". These were apparently
"discovered" and bred by a Mr. Hisayasu Suzuki. Knowing the way common
names change perhaps this is the same thing. There are some links to
Mr. Suzuki's site there as well.
Hope this helps,
> Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 19:09:05 -0700
> From: Naomi Mizumoto <naomizu at mac_com>
> Subject: Zebra shrimp (OT)
> Hi, All!
> Sorry that this is off-topic, but I thought there might be a shrimp
> here. I actually managed to find some bumblebee shrimp, today
> but I also got something called "zebra shrimp." I've never seen one
> and I can't Google up much info. Is anybody familiar with these guys?
> told that they do get bigger than bee shrimp but not as big as C.
> And they really do have dark-brown, zebra-like striations.
> For now, I'll be happy if they make it through the next 48 hours under
> care, but I would like to find out more about the zebra shrimp.
> - -Naomi