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mr_c265

Hey all, i was looking in my tank today, found some pretty good looking cherries. Most of mine have those white lines down the back, but i found a few that look much much nicer today. Here they are.

Females

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Male

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Not sure

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It's really hard to tell what i've got in the tank as there is a huge ball of moss that has somewhere between 30 and 100 shrimp living in it. I may see some good shrimp like this one day and then not see them again for a week.

Planning to catch these guys next time and see if i can get them their own tank.

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Triggs

Beautiful cherries.

The first one with the red legs is very sexy

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CNgo2006

Nice! If only the shrimp bred and survived as easy as the snails! I see you have quite a population of them!

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Gbang

Nice man!!! Selectively breeding initiate!!!

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ineke

That first one is very nice indeed!!!

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mr_c265

Cheers guys, i really like the red legs, i believe thats one of the requirements for painted grading, if only i could trick the males into copying her :P

Nice! If only the shrimp bred and survived as easy as the snails! I see you have quite a population of them!
Mate, you should see the selective shrimp fry saver. Before shrimp it was a snail saver because i didn't have enough ramshorns, regretting it now. Another thing that breeds easier than shrimp, java moss, its everywhere. OOh found a photo of the frysaver. P2130041_zpsf0068e23.jpg

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Baccus

Lovely shrimp, and so glad to see I am not the only one battling ramshorn invasions. I just wish the equally quick breeding MTS would develop a taste for ramshorns or vis versa.

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mr_c265
Lovely shrimp' date=' and so glad to see I am not the only one battling ramshorn invasions. I just wish the equally quick breeding MTS would develop a taste for ramshorns or vis versa.[/quote']

Coming to a cinema near you, snail wars.

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Aquathumb

lol! wish we could get assassin snails in aus!

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mr_c265

Wish my thumb didn't get wet or dirty when snails start to block my view of the tank. Assasin snails would be a nice solution.

The people that originally brought exotic shrimp to Australia could have really been a little more considerate and helped a brother out with some other nasty little inverts.

(no, i don't condone smuggling, i was just trying to be funny)

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