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anthonyd

Here is a video from my facebook page and some pictures of my dennerli

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NoGi

Nice. What leaf are they eating?

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MonsterNelson
On 6/30/2016 at 7:06 AM, NoGi said:

Nice. What leaf are they eating?

Looks like mulberry leaves.

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anthonyd

The first leaf is a walnut tree leaf, the second is a stinging nettle leaf

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zn30

Interesting I love seeing what others are feeding their shrimp, great pictures.

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NoGi

Thought it was stinging nettle ?

Mine have started to eat the Pea loops and shrimp crack now too

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