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Kimbo

Any pics daydream?

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wayne6442

Here are some pictures of some of the wild types I have. I have about 30 of them in a tank by them selves. There re a number of off spring about but unfortunately I have only been able to snap a poor picture of one of them.[ATTACH]2116[/ATTACH]post-1452-139909848783_thumb.jpg[ATTACH]2118[/ATTACH]post-24-139909848787_thumb.jpg[ATTACH]2120[/ATTACH][ATTACH]2121[/ATTACH] The first picture is one of the off spring sorry for the poor photo's I took them today during a break in the rain my tanks are outside so lighting was very poor Wayne

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BlueBolts

Thanks for sharing those Wayne......if we can just brighten them up with colour, whilst keeping those stripes ..... aka faux tiger shrimp....Dean's already got green covered......I'm working on purple....well, I think I am !

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JonX

Ive got about 7 sub adult wild cherry tiger pattern type. Does anyone want them free pick uo in Cabramatta.

Comes from yellow male x red female

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BlueBolts

Nice one JonX ..... :applause:

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Ace027

And I got the blue....

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JonX

Here is some better pictures of mine. I could cross them back with yellow. Or red rilli

Or Blue =)

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CNgo2006

Nice blue there Johnny

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