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Feederbarb

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Feederbarb

Hi everyone,

Im glad to be here, glad to be able to learn from all the experts :)

Ive got a 3 ft tank with A/s/ss/SSS managed to breed them but really just let them do their thing, sometimes I just find one or 2 dead and it's all a mystery lol

Anyways hope to learn more in the future, I'm not on much cos I'm in a new area and have no Internet :(

Cheers

vinh

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durro68

Welcome mate!!!

There are some really good shrimp keepers here to learn from .... I am not one of them though ....

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Brado

welcome bud, i dont think thered be many on here who dont have a mysterious death now an then...

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Loach

Welcome to the forum :)

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wayne6442

Hello Vinh,

Enjoy your stay with SKF

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lachie1998

Welcome to SKF Vinh Bui;)

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Foxpuppet

Welcome to the forum mate!

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Dean

Hi Feederbarb, welcome mate.

first thing you need to do is get internet so you can spend more time here :)

enjoy your time

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fishmosy

Welcome Vinh, hope you learn lots here.

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yowie05

hi mate welcome enjoy the journey

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Feederbarb

Thanks for the warm welcomes guys, ATM I'm using my phone to go online and that's unreliable lol

Waiting for the nbn :)

Once I get net I'll post some pics of my tank

Cheers

vinh

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Triggs

Hey mate welcome the the forum, Ever noticed the random death's are always the nice solid pretty shrimp? lol

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Feederbarb

Hey triggs,

Yeh I've lost a few mosura SSS since beginning, they managed to breed but from the 15 I had probably only have 10 left, I decided to get some more and grabbed a few a s grades off ace on the weekend... Im seeing alot of no entry hino babies, and have probably 3 SSS babies, but no idea who's breeding with who lol, I wanna let the colony mature before I start picking them out to select breed :)

Started out as wanting to see if I could breed SSS grade and since I have now I'm happy to have a happy colony :)

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