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  1. Default got me 5 more beeshrimp


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    Which brings the total to 10. Went to get 'm from a real shrimp enthousiast who doesn't live too far from me. Paid 1.50 euros each.

    She's got 5 aqua40 tanks, a big aqua65 and about a dozen or so small breeding tanks. Really amazing collection. Got a website here. http://www.aandeanderekantvanhetglas...glas/Home.html

    Soon she'll be on local TV with her collection, will post a link if anyone's interested.

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    That awesome. Shrimp are my favorite tank creatures. Unfortunately I don't have any tanks that they wouldn't get eaten in right now except for my baby platty tank. But as soon as the platties grow up and move on - in they go!
    Go ahead - try to count my Bumblebee Gobies!

    72 Gallon Bowfront
    Angel, Sharks, Tetras, Fire Eel
    30 Gallon
    African Butterfly, Violet Goby, Tetras, Danios
    30 Gallon
    Clown Loaches, Neons, BumbleBee Gobies, Tetras
    10 Gallon
    Baby Platies

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    I wish we could find more shrimp varieties around here. All I ever see are ghosties, the shrimp I have I brought home from PA both times.
    Kimmer

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    Well, one of the shrimp I got from this lady is also pregnant now:



    Anyone happen to now what that big snail is?

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    thanks for good advice - hobbs ROADTRIP! - Drumachine09 We'll need a case of these for the roadtrip, got the humvee waitin. lol - cocoa_pleco NO plants = Sour grapes  LOL - hobbs Wooden Spoon Protection! - Drumachine09 
    Cheers Buddy! I appreciate it! - slingham64 for coming to Hobbs aid again - Lady Hobbs for answering 300 stupid ?? without blinking - Lady Hobbs thanks for the plant help. A clovers the closest gift to a plant. lol - cocoa_pleco Agree to Disagree....kinda - Drumachine09 
    Thanks for the help! - holbritter all you need now is some chips and salsa then you will be set. - sergo R.I.P. Canadian - gm72 I can't eat anymore. - Drumachine09 For your generosity - aliz340 
    my clado will be swimming in pop! thanks again! - xoolooxunny Have a martini on me.  It's the least I could do to say thanks for all the help you've given me. - hungryhound for kindness amd generosity - Algenco Thanks for the help all the time! - zackish Love Your Posts--Your Very Knowledgeable! :) - MeganL3985 

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    The one right in front of the flake? Malaysian trumpet snail
    Foshizzle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrona
    The one right in front of the flake? Malaysian trumpet snail
    And we know that I am all too familiar with those guys.
    -75g FW community, planted
    -10g FW guppies, planted
    -44g Terrarium, tree frog, various plants.

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    thanks for good advice - hobbs ROADTRIP! - Drumachine09 We'll need a case of these for the roadtrip, got the humvee waitin. lol - cocoa_pleco NO plants = Sour grapes  LOL - hobbs Wooden Spoon Protection! - Drumachine09 
    Cheers Buddy! I appreciate it! - slingham64 for coming to Hobbs aid again - Lady Hobbs for answering 300 stupid ?? without blinking - Lady Hobbs thanks for the plant help. A clovers the closest gift to a plant. lol - cocoa_pleco Agree to Disagree....kinda - Drumachine09 
    Thanks for the help! - holbritter all you need now is some chips and salsa then you will be set. - sergo R.I.P. Canadian - gm72 I can't eat anymore. - Drumachine09 For your generosity - aliz340 
    my clado will be swimming in pop! thanks again! - xoolooxunny Have a martini on me.  It's the least I could do to say thanks for all the help you've given me. - hungryhound for kindness amd generosity - Algenco Thanks for the help all the time! - zackish Love Your Posts--Your Very Knowledgeable! :) - MeganL3985 

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    Quote Originally Posted by xoolooxunny
    And we know that I am all too familiar with those guys.
    Snails are only ever a problem if you overfeed ^_^
    Foshizzle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrona
    Snails are only ever a problem if you overfeed ^_^
    I learned that the hard way, however, seems they dont really care too much about that. but their numbers are drastically reduced over the past 2 months of less feeding and sucking them out. I only have the occasional pond snail now.

    BTW, wij, thats a pretty cool closeup of moss you got there. (nice save joe. I know, thanks)
    -75g FW community, planted
    -10g FW guppies, planted
    -44g Terrarium, tree frog, various plants.

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    Hi, your shrimp looks like a hybrid between a tiger and CRS. I got some that identical to that before I keep them in separate tanks. They're all beautiful in my eyes so enjoy :)

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