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A couple new inhabitants in my shrimp tank

Discussion in 'Shrimp and Invertz' started by youjettisonme, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. youjettisonme

    youjettisonme Aspiring Aquascaper

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    First, here's a CRS vs. Wine Red.

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    Next, introducing Kistler and Pablo Sandoval.

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    Here's a pretty nice pic of Kistler's back.

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    And here's Pablo from the side.

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    All these pics are courtesy of my Android and making me understand that I need to swipe Nick's camera at the next meet when he's looking the other way.
     
  2. ghostsword

    ghostsword Aspiring Aquascaper Staff Member

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    They are gorgeous, great pictures, love the contrast of the colours.
     
  3. CatfishSoupFTW

    CatfishSoupFTW Aspiring Aquascaper

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    beautiful shrimp and plants.

    can you name any of the foreground plants you have please?

    in either the hardcore proper terms, or the simplified LFS terms? XD
     
  4. pookiebear

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    Loving your wine reds over here!
     
  5. kafeel_salman

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    wow...simply beautiful.
     
  6. Peanut8787

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    Potential blue bolt gene:drool:
     
  7. youjettisonme

    youjettisonme Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Yes. They are HC, fissidens fontanus, and mini pelia. I also have crypt parva and staurogyne repens in here.

    UPDATE: I added biochem zorb to the filter one day, and the temporary swing in ph from 6.0 to 7.4 (and corresponding KH change) killed both my WR and panda. Yes, a crazy sad day. The WR was also berried at the time. I still have my 6 F1 hybrids so I could see more some day, but that was an expensive lesson for sure.
     

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