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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V9-CrRxyVA

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BlueBolts

Thanks for the pics & vid. Always great yo see a berried girl. Aquascaping of the tanks looks great...do you have a full tank shot ?

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Neo-shrimp

Nice berried yellow cherry...LoL

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mickeyG

Very nice yellows and pics of them mate

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Aquathumb

Thanks guys :D

I do have a full tank shot -

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And here is another shot of "Little Miss Sunshine"

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lachie1998

Very nice yellows and a beautiful tank to keep them in :)

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Gbang

A beautiful tank mate!!! And what great yellow cherries :)

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zuuutoootuuu

Nice shots and tank, love seeing great macro shots

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Jess

Lovely tank and beautifully coloured cherries :D

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Aquathumb

Thank you all. i really do enjoy this tank a great deal :)

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fish4fish3

She looks like she has glitter sparkles over her back. Very nice tank and shrimp. do you have any males to breed with her?

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Aquathumb

Yes I have about 10 males and she is berried now :)

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pleco4me

Lovely tank Aquathumb. Plants look very healthy and GREEN :victorious:

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Heavyd

Beautiful shrimp, tank and photos.

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Aquathumb

"Little Miss Sunshine" has droped her babys today! my wife managed to spot one tonight:

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No Biger then a HC leaf!

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lin

nice yellows you got there whatsthat bubble thing in you pic above ^^^

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BlueBolts

Great job...always exciting to see shrimplets....and yes, great looking tank.

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Naraic

congratulations... Always so encouraging to see results like these. Plants look great too!

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Aquathumb

Thanks Guys! I think there are around 10-15 shrimplets in there. Yippie!

-Shrimp. the bubble is snail eggs lol

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Daydream

Nice yellows nice pics

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njslocksmith

What size tank is it mate, and what type of light are you using ?

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Aquathumb

The tank is a 1 foot. holds about 16L of water, I have 2x 9w t5 lights above it and DIY co2

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