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Old 10-02-2011, 05:04 PM   #51
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great shrimp everyone!
herp_mommy what kind of shrimp are they?
Red cherry shrimp, blueberry shrimp, yellow shrimp, and crystal red shrimp
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Old 10-03-2011, 08:50 PM   #52
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Red cherry shrimp, blueberry shrimp, yellow shrimp, and crystal red shrimp
That blueberry shrimp looks awesome! Those all are very good shots.
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Here is one of my ghosties. Pic taken with my iPhone sorry it's not the best
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I love ghosties. I always feel bad seeing them in that huge "feeder" tank at the lfs.
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I love ghosties. I always feel bad seeing them in that huge "feeder" tank at the lfs.
I know me too!! I have no idea how many I currently have in my tank either. I've stocked with 30 but there I no way to count all the little darlings. I do keep on the lookout for dead ones but never see anything but moltings. Yeah!!
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I only have two..... Casper and Wendy......
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How cute!! Love the names. I just call mine the shrimps.
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a few of my shrimps over the years
Beautiful shrimp! I don't have any FW shrimp, but I hope to get some someday!
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I agree! Those are awesome names!
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Here's a couple of my yellow shrimp. I just thinned the herd. Still have about 100 or so left swimming around the twenty gallon tank. They sure are fast reproducing little buggers
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