I got some new ones for my Caridina cantonensis "Tangerine Tiger"-tank to add some "new blood", but i also got a bag of (Para)caridina hainanensis "Super Princess Bee". The ID might not be correct as it seems there is some confusion about this species, but from what I understand from Andreas Karge, they are currently Cardina hainanensis scientifically, although they seem to be Paracaridina at a closer look.
In any case very pretty animals!
Contrary to many of my other shrimps, these seem to prefer to sit on leaves instead of the HMF-filter mat or the sand substrate.
I also bought a bag of Caridina trifasciata. After reading the Breeders'n'keepers "China Wild"-edition I wanted to get this species, but it is not possible to locate any here in Denmark. Between the animals there are both light and dark specimens and in the future I want to purchase some from German breeders to see if I can get more diversity.
Light and dark.
Something else I bought was some Cambarellus patzcuarensis "Orange". I've never kept crayfish before, so I thought I'd start with something "easy" and well known. I think I got some pretty nice animals!
On a side-note, I have seen a lot of shrimplet from these Galaxy Tiger-contaminants...it will be interesting to see what they grow up to be!