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Old 07-12-2020, 07:32 PM   #1
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We’ve got shrimplet’s!!!

Okay so, I had 4 pregnant shrimp and this morning found some babies! I’m so excited to see what they turn into! They’re either black carbon, red rili, or neon yellow. They’ve been bred with blue rili so we’ll see what happens! ATTACH]317383[/ATTACH]Click image for larger version

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It's so wonderful to see tiny babies! Congratulations on your new additions!
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It's so wonderful to see tiny babies! Congratulations on your new additions!


Thank you very much! Unfortunately, one of the yellow moms passed away this evening which is absolutely devastating. Everyone else seems to be doing just fine.
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Aw, very sorry to hear that news.
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Aw, very sorry to hear that news.


That’s okay, it was my fault. I added a piece of wood and dropped the ph dramatically. Luckily, I have some ph up and got it back up as soon as I noticed her being unresponsive. Today I went and got an orange sunburst or a neon yellow (they didn’t have them marked properly) so I can have my twins back and while I was there, I snatched up a berried blue velvet!! Here’s some pictures! Click image for larger version

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