Blue Bolts - photography taken by a friend

Today will be putting up photos of Blue Bolts taken by my friend...

The juveniles' blue doesn't intensity before 1.0-1.2cm.. As it age, the blue gets more intense (this depends on water parameter as well as how well it has gotten used to your tank..).. Also depending greatly on the genes of the parental shrimp..









Blue Bolt with head pattern..




One of my 'deep blue' Blue Bolt mama..


Hope everyone like these photos of my Blue Bolts..

Other photos will be posted shortly..

Happy Shrimping...

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Hi Alvin, i've always been fascinated by the beauty of your shrimp and your passion for them. There's so much to read about in your blog and i find them very informative. Thanks for sharing dude and keep up the good work. May i ask when you referred the blue bolt "this depends on water parameter as well as how well it has gotten used to your tank", how should the water parameters be like? Assuming they come from a good parental genes. I understand you only measure GH and TDS. How about their PH?

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Thanks Dean for your compliments..

Well, for blue bolts.. a big part of it depends on the initial genes of the parents or the lineage.. And most of the time, the females are the ones which will portray very intense blue pigmentation especially during their pregnancy..
If you are intending to just make use of water parameters to portray their coloration, then its a little harder for me to explain because i dont measure my PH.. but GH always within the 4-6dGH range and TDS 140-160 range..

> Hi Alvin, i've always been fascinated by the beauty of your shrimp and your passion for them. There's so much to read about in your blog and i find them very informative. Thanks for sharing dude and keep up the good work. May i ask when you referred the blue bolt "this depends on water parameter as well as how well it has gotten used to your tank", how should the water parameters be like? Assuming they come from a good parental genes. I understand you only measure GH and TDS. How about their PH?
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