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Mothers Day Competition #2 - Newbreed Aquatics Treasure Hunt.


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4 hours ago, jayc said:

Congrats @Cryptocorynus.

Always good to see a new member win.

You have won some good prizes there, especially that TDS meter.

 

4 hours ago, Disciple said:

Yeah I purchased one of the TDS meters recently and I really like it.

Thanks, guys. I've never actually used one before but I've been wanting one for a while. 

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6 minutes ago, Cryptocorynus said:

 

Thanks, guys. I've never actually used one before but I've been wanting one for a while. 

Won't have to wait too long to test it out now!!! Congrats!! 

To continue the thread theme.....

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Be sure to get your details to Basri and I will get the prize out tomorrow!

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I "C1" more prize left that one of us pure blood lines can bolt out of the blue with, or am I just a Blonde orange eyed blue tiger hungry for more shrimp?

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12 minutes ago, zn30 said:

I "C1" more prize left that one of us pure blood lines can bolt out of the blue with, or am I just a Blonde orange eyed blue tiger hungry for more shrimp?

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D8

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1 hour ago, neo-2FX said:

A15

This was taken yesterday by Cryptocorynus.

 

My pick for today is ... well I might as well continue with my theme....

 

F14 Tomcat 

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C'mon!!!

 

 

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B16!!! As in there are 16 Bee shrimp in this picture and I have zero and that needs to change. :(

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I bet you counted them all didn't you ;)

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Thank you @newbreed for the prizes. They arrived yesterday. Super happy and the shrimp shelters are already in tank. Now let's see when the shrimplets would start calling it home.

I'll post some pictures up when I get a chance. Hope I get some time this weekend to 'play' with my new toys. :)

Thank you @Disciple again for organising the comp. Liking this thread for the creative daily 'picks' from everyone. :)

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32 minutes ago, jc12 said:

I'll post some pictures up when I get a chance

Yes please!

 

+1 thanks to Newbreed and Disciple.

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AnE1 think this pick will win??

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8 hours ago, Ronskitz said:

My pick today is a D7 dozer50c87f75f742be571a5d786604f6e5f1.jpg

Congrats @Ronskitz you have won the last prize. pm me!

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You are one lucky guy, @Ronskitz! I would have loved those two PRLs.

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Wow stoked with that cheers guys and a massive thanks to Baz and Jamie for organising the comp and the prizes

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Congrats to all winners. Love the way this thread went :D 

And once again a big props to Newbreed Aquatics for their support for this hobby!

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