- Their sizes; these are smaller, in the third picture you can see a Caridina Serratirostris Female under the wood with eggs.
- Their shape; their backs are more crooked rather than curved like the Caridina Serratirostris.
- Their eggs: their eggs are around four times bigger and much fewer.
Also: Does the larger egg size mean they can reproduce in my tank? Since I read that because the Caridina Serratirostris have very small eggs, they're low grade so they need special care for baby Shrimps.
Location: Seychelles, Indian Ocean.