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BruSHogG

I am new here as well, just wanted to share 1 of my three planted tanks. Has been set up for almost a year now. 20190727_103002.jpg20190723_013655.jpg

 

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jayc

Dude !

I hope you are keeping shrimp in there.

That's shrimp heaven ! Lovely tank.

Welcome to SKFA.

 

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BruSHogG

thank you, have a couple hundred cherry shrimp in this tank. 2nd 55 gallon has blue diamond, chocolate, and a few other mixes. The 3rd tank is crystal red and black so far. just set the third tank up about a 2 months ago.

thank you for the welcome, awesome to be here!!!

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sdlTBfanUK

Oh wow, I bet your shrimp must love it in that tank! It is so lush and green..........

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Oh wow, I bet your shrimp must love it in that tank! It is so lush and green..........
Simon
thanks, they do pretty well in here. only thing I've noticed is that they are not as big as the previous cherry shrimp that I have had, not sure why but they cont. to breed like crazy so I'm good with that lol

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