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Squiggle

Wow.......... Wow! All of those shrimp are amazing, I love the Pinto, the Sakura Blue Bolts & the Fire Yellows :encouragement:

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ineke

My oh my beautiful shrimp. Thanks for sharing.

Cheers

Ineke:encouragement:

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BlueBolts

Thanks for posting the vid DCD....some awesome shrimps !

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Kitz

watched this video multiple times!! The red pinto is truly amazing! Thanks for sharing:encouragement:

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CNgo2006

I need to get a new laptop now as mine seems to be water damaged! I drooled all over it!

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al4n
I need to get a new laptop now as mine seems to be water damaged! I drooled all over it!

LOL...

indeed nice shrimps..!

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KiwiBigD

The Red Pinto is gorgeous, got to agree. But what it also shows is we have some quality shrimp here that are show worthy, but also we haves some

great shrimp keepers here in Australia that are of high quality. I think most of us knew that already but this really does highlight it. I would love to

see an Australian Shrimp Show at some stage. Just planting the thought ;-)

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jrc693

haha thats so awesome!

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hsoje

thats simply amazing, looking over seas really shows us what to expect in the future of this hobby. Can people name some of the new shrimp varieties that will be coming out?

think i saw

black rilli's with blue body

a few new tigers

and maby green cherrys

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