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Hello community,

My name is kaichaina and im a shrimpaholic.

I'm currently keeping some Red Cherries, and some Crystal Reds.

Hopefully I learn alot more about shrimps and how to breed them in the forum.

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Welcome Kaichaina,

I'm really impressed with the friendliness on this forum and I think it will be great for us Noobs.

Cheers

Ineke

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Thanks for all the welcome messages.

I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or what but I cant see anything in the forum?

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As your post count increases, the forum will open up to you. Alternatively you can purchase premium membership which will give you access to the whole forum including the classifieds and library.

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welcome im only new my self still looking around they seem always willing to help here and the forum is full of info .

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As your post count increases' date=' the forum will open up to you. Alternatively you can purchase premium membership which will give you access to the whole forum including the classifieds and library.[/quote']

Ah OK. Is there a minimum count or something to get to see the rest of the forum? Just that I'm naturally quite shy (like my shrimps) and dont tend to post much after I join a forum.

Gino, yes I got pics of some of my CRS and RCS, but not sure how to post pictures.

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The post rule is designed to encourage people to actively participate in the forum. I'd highly encourage you to keep posting even after the forum is open to you, even just to show off pics of your tanks or shrimp.

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I find uploading them from photo bucket easiest. As its just a matter of copying and pasting the code they supply across :)

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Woohoo.. I can see the native shrimp forum, and the wipe your chin forum...

Are there more forums available to free users? Kind of low on funds after splushing out for CRS. :(

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Welcome to Skf.

There are 40+ forums available to view as your post count grows.

Any pics for us other shrimpaholics?? :)

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WOah! that is impressive, Dean!

I'm looking at how to link some photos. New to all this forum stuff ..

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I think I worked it out....

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RCS... I heard there are grades for RCS too?

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Another RCS. All my females are these colour. So proud of them.

These RCS are great!!

We had 43 degree temps the other week and these guys survived without any cooling.

And after I became a shrimpaholic, I got these:

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Baby CRS. Is this little fella a A grade or S grade? I bought a mixed pack of A's and S's

And to be honest, I cant tell which is which.

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Nice looking shrimp Kaichaina, I am too new at this to be able to offer any thoughts on grading. I have 8 females that look just like your girls really nice and red.

Cheers

Ineke

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Welcome to SKF Kaichaina....Your Red cherries looks great..Very solid red...Hope you have a successful shrimping hobby...Plenty of references here on this forum and lots of friendly advice...CJ

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Hi Welcome to the best shrimp forum in Australia, ENJOY!

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Baby CRS. Is this little fella a A grade or S grade? I bought a mixed pack of A's and S's

And to be honest' date= I cant tell which is which.

Welcome to SKF. Looks A grade, but a side profile shot will give us a better look.

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This person was removed from the forum for having multiple profiles...

We have a zero tolerance policy for people trying to deceive our members!!!

Kaichaina = t3v0r0

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Yet another dishonest showing from a SS moderator ! The forum is just oozing with dishonesty and deception......really shameful and disgusting when they're spreading all kinds of rumours, proclaiming their innocence without any proof, fact or response (cause they cant't) ....facts are facts, the truth is the truth.... SS needs to realise that people are not stupid and they can lie, cheat and trick us once, but not twice.......said it before, fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. Absolutely sick and tired that there's a part of our hobby that believes these type of deceptions and dishonesty is OK. Why members frequent that website knowing the description is from the head to the mods is beyond me.... Let's stop encouraging this behaviour and focus on our hobby.....

Thanks SKFadmin for picking this up....reading back at my reply and others, it does make us look fooled ! Enough I'd say !

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