Discussion in 'Shrimp and Invertz' started by Jurijs J., Oct 8, 2011.
Finally... photos! Keep us updated (more often, than before ) Quality as always! roud:
I have the exact same sieve...
The set ups okay, too, I guess.
Very impressive setup Juri. Love the style of your room and the shrimp rack is top notch both in terms of setup and aesthetic. Suits your style perfectly.
Must say you are braver than me with the expensive shrimp I don't think I would dare spend the money that some of those cost. Not so much the risk as I don't have problems with shrimp but then again it only takes 1 failing and a tank goes down.
Keep it up matey. Will keep on watching this
@Juri: what is soil in the first pix?
Akadama und ADA Aquasoil Amazonia Powder
Thanks! I forgot you said about that Akadama from the first page. Have you measured pH in your tanks yet?
Nice piece of (what?) ! Congrats!
these are Taiwan shrimps.
Better known as King Kong, Panda, Red Wine, Red Ruby and Blue Bolt
Those are nice shrimps, can you please give me full shot of your rack right now?
WOW - congrats on the new babies!!! SOOO cool and exciting!! Loving the images. Inspiring.
Now as you have seen the babes I would like to show you the parents and how I got them
two more shots from the day I got them
wow, i envy you Juri
Nice setup, nice shrimp too !
Thanks for your answer.
Btw in my previous comment instead of "(what?)" I have written a bad word, I tried to be funny, but it went in a wrong way, apologize me. Garuf has moderated it.
I'm the boss, I will check what was there before ;-)
Anyway, it is always better to stay polite and not to use bad words.
Here is a pic of the rack in its early stage, nothing special, but I don't have better pics from that time, hope you like it anyway
Awesome!!! Very cool!
Hopefully you will be overrun with shrimplets soon so you can saturate the market with these high grade shrimp and joe's like me can afford to buy some
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