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[mock01] [idea01]

Spec. Tank16inc. ph 5.5-6.0 gh5 



-ada ll 4lt
-pumic2lt
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Water Ro change every3days
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Lighting
-hopar 18inc.

Bacteria
-bioguard azoo
-bacter ae


-mini chiller 26°c +-0.5

Food & handmade ,Additive

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1 day

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2 day

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1 week

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sdlTBfanUK

Those are very good quality shrimps and photos.

Simon

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2 hours ago, sdlTBfanUK said:

มันเป็นกุ้งคุณภาพดีและรูปถ่าย

ไซมอน

Thx ^^

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New baby shrimp

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Shrimp the world

Tank looks really good mate ,well done ... nice prl

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2 weeks

 Ammonia 0.0ppm

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sdlTBfanUK

That tank looks very smart! More great photos as well.

You may get some unusual  colour and pattern shrimplets when the tiger cross breeds.

Simon

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