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Old 01-07-2010, 11:00 PM   #1
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Red Cherry Shrimps and Plants

I have 27 RCS ready to go and some pearlweed (lots) I was hoping for 25+ shipping for the shrimp (lots of berried females and lots of babies so you may get more than 27) and lets say 9$ shipped for sandwich bags of pearlweed. PM if interested thanks.
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Shrimp pending. I realized that i also have an over abundance of MTS as well...
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would you sell, maybe 5 shrimp and 15 MTS
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Why would you only want 5 shrimp? You need at least 12-20 of them to establish a colony.
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That's not true, I started with 3 and now I have alot
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You mind posting a few pictures of the shrimps?
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