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Disciple

@JPN07 is the nicest person you could ever deal with. I would recommend dealing with him 100%.

Grats on your new shrimp @KeenShrimp

Pics please.

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KeenShrimp

Welcome back @Disciple! They all disappeared under the filter and rock overhang. I will get pics as soon as I can ? my tank is insulated with towels to keep it at 29 degrees here in Canberra❄️?☔️

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JPN07

Thanks guys. Enjoy those beautiful shrimps mate. I hope they do well for you.

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jayc

Awesome jpn07.

 

I'm curious,  what did you use for the heat?

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JPN07

Heat packs. 1 at the top of the foam box and another at the bottom. 

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MonsterNelson
8 hours ago, KeenShrimp said:

Welcome back @Disciple! They all disappeared under the filter and rock overhang. I will get pics as soon as I can 1f600.png my tank is insulated with towels to keep it at 29 degrees here in Canberra2744.png1f4a8.png2614.png

Enjoy!! I'm seeing shrimplets now myself, awesome shrimps!!

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NoGi

Great to hear and don't forget to use our feedback system to leave him some feedback.

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