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Cairnsplecs

hi guys and girls thanks for the invite by a few existing members i keep and breed wide range of shrimp but am probably known best for my cardina native blue and white shrimp that i have succesfully got going on a consistent level and are now working on morphs will upload picks share info and advertise some when i get a chance

regards blake

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wayne6442

G'Day Blake,

Hey Mate, Great to see you here, I am about to answer your pm on the other forum All Positive

regards

Wayne

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Loach

Glad you took my invite and welcomed yourself, Blake :)

Oh yeah, and a big warm welcome to you and your awesome shrimps!

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NoGi

Welcome mate. Look forward to grabbing some zebra caridina from you at some stage.

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Heavyd

Welcome mate. Good to see you on here.

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Dean

Hi blake, good to see you here at last :)

welcome to SKF

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Foxpuppet
Glad you took my invite and welcomed yourself' date=' Blake :)

Oh yeah, and a big warm welcome to you and your awesome shrimps![/quote']

Haha you were not the only one to send Blake an invite ;) I was hoping that the foremost keeper of native zebras would join us here,

Blake mate welcome aboard, Hope you can share as much info with us as you can, the more people we can get with these guys the better our chances will be to further the future for these awesome little natives!

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fishmosy

Welcome Blake, great to see more native shrimp here

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yowie05

hi mate and welcome. those blu/whites are deffinately interesting

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BlueBolts

G'Day Blake, Welcome to SKF, would love to see a new thread on your zebra's, WP, breeding project etc....

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