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show us your rilli shrimp!!! :)

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Jag Aquatics

Next week lotto is 70 million so I will try to win that them :p

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Dean

if you win the 70million lotto next week i will send you 69 Snow white rilli with free postage :)

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BlueBolts

That snow white & blue rill is absolutely awesome .....woweee.....thanks for sharing Dean......wowee

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Loach

woah! Those snow white tillis are amazing Dean! Are you the first in the world?

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Dean

Glad you all like the SW rilli. Not the first in the world or even Australia :(

They are a program I am working on with a few shrimp breeder friends and cannot take all the credit

For them.

GMD shrimp collective ;)

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NoGi
Glad you all like the SW rilli.

Feel free to send them my way if you want some close macro shots. :barbershop_quartet_

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Dean

@ nogi, now that's an untaped market and good way to make a name in the shrimp hobby.

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Gino

is deffinately not a sw but she is my favorite rilli atm

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HexaD

wow, , keep up the great work, can't wait to see more new breeding results! simply awesome

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Gbang

amazing pics guys this is such an awesome thread!!! love the snoe white and blue rilli!!!!!!!!!

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Heavyd

Fantastic looking shrimp! I love the snow white rili.

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alvinchan80

All the nice rili shrimps!!!

I have a blue bolt rili, will find a chance to take a photo to show you guys.. It looks like a Snow White rili actually, just with slight blue tint...

This red rili is taken 1.5~2yrs ago when I still keeping them.. :)

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lachie1998

My female rilli, i have a male some were but i havent seen him in awhile

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need to get some more red rilli as they look so cool :D

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NoGi

:mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:

The rillis I've been taking photos off for this thread have disappeared from my nano. Nowhere in sight. They are gone. :(

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