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Discussion in 'Shrimp and Invertz' started by nicpapa, Feb 15, 2015.
Is that possible as they more than "Nice" I think they are all wonderful.
When i left i loose lot of sulawesi shrimps
Left 5 of them , and i moved them in my selevtive breeding of rcs.
Some plants emersed emersed...
I done the 100 lt for plants , difficult plants.
The setup was with what i had.
I like your substrate it helps to show off your shrimps and plants to their best.
All of your plants look very healthy well done.
You have a great collection of shrimp
Just got some Seachem products including red fluorite because of you!
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After looking at your wonderful Shrimp tanks I certainly miss mine.
Thank you for posting that excellent shrimp Video.
love your tanks especially the emersed growth and above tank "behind the scenes" photos.
Sorry if this is obvious but I'm just beginning to appreciate floating plants and the sho belowt (emersed that shows the corner of two tanks and the floating plant seems to go from floating to a big curve out the water in to the next tank (almost looks like Bacopa) sorry if you've said before but I've a lot of reading to catch up on
Thanks for posting lovely stuff
nicpapa certainly knows how to create very interesting tanks.
Planning on keeping a shrimp colony in one of my tanks.... looking for an easy, beautiful variety. What would you suggest?
Many of the more beautiful Shrimps certainly cost a lot more plus some can be difficult to breed.
I found the common dark Cherry Red Shrimps very beautiful.
Sorry for the delay.
Its Micranthemum umbrosum.
So u go for neocaridinas...
Now here are a lot of colours, choose the colour you like.
Yellows , are a little weird.
I like a lot the carbon rili blue, but i can not find them.
Friend is sending me red rili's!
They might be able to help you.
Τhanks Keith , its not them .
I can found on Germany, but it cost a lot to bring it here.
Some photots of the tanks.
If you contact them they might be able to tell you who has them closer to you.
You certainly have a marvellous collection of shrimps.
Feeding shrimps with mulberry leaves.
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