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Benibachi Vietnam + Random aquascapes. (DOWNLOAD WARNING)

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Robert

ITS 2012 NOW! EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE UNLIMITED DOWNLOAD REGARDLESS

MY PHONE WAS ON 1% BATTERY LIFE SO I RAN AROUND THE SHOP TAKING PHOTOS SO EXCUSE THE LACK OF FOCUS.

IN THESE PHOTOS ARE EVERY COLOUR OF CHERRY SHRIMP AVALIABLE, SULAWESI SHRIMP, PURE RED LINE FROM JAPAN, PURE BLACK LINE FROM JAPAN, TIGERS, TIBEES, RANDOM FISHES.

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Robert

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Robert

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I wanted to draw your attention to this fish. it is apparently endangered but its amazing.

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Spider crabs - 1cm max size!

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Pure red line. CHECK OUT THOSE LEGS

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Robert

Also this is for Dean. Besides the TiBees in this photo that are amazing, that fissidens on the rock should be familiar

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sajica

Just.... WOW......

It would be bloody hard to not walk out without some shrimp there. I still can't comprehend that many Red Cherrys...

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fishmosy

Damn, awesome pics.

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Dean

some sweet looking shrimp there. wish i had that many.

that mini fissidens looks very nice:)

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JPN07

Thanks for sharing the pics Robert. Amazing shrimps and scapes.

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Sprae

Maybe I need to move to Asia! Geez...

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HexaD

Very nice, thanks for sharing!

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Robert

If anyone knows the name of the black and white loach (maybe loach can figure this one out) let men now.

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jack

Looks like Protomyzon' pachychilus (panda loach) to me.

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Loach

Wow so many beautiful shrimp! And that panda loach? is so cute :)

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