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Old 01-26-2012, 04:03 PM   #21
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Keep us updated, MadSneak. My peppermint shrimp ate all of mine!
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Well I just got home from work and walk straight to my aquarium. Im here to inform you guys that the Peppermint shrimps have done their job. They ate most of the Aiptasia, but I also noticed that my purple mushrooms were nipped. Now I have to keep an eye to see if it was the shrimps... :/
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That camelback is a nice shrimp
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That camelback is a nice shrimp
Yes, but they are coral eaters.
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