Vorteil wrote:I've read that in the book Hawaiian Anchialine Pools: Windows to a Hidden World. All my Opae are all different colors from different breeders. One question I have is do the Opae interbreed?
Look at post #2300
by opae ula related
30 Nov 2016 23:22
Thank you! Here is a nice article about anchialine pools restoration efforts on Oahu:http://smalltalk.staradvertiserblogs.co
"Interestingly, one out of every ten shrimp sampled for DNA turn out to be from Waianae, and Tagawa was surprised to learn they do not interbreed; they do not hybridize!" - interesting comment. I don't think the book "Hawaiian Anchialine Pool" mentioned this and the comment was after the book was published. The book did mentioned there are 3 different lineages in Oahu
Why wouldn't the Opae Ula share his food? Because he was a little shellfish