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My BLUEEEEEE Rilli???

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Found this little shrimp today, I guess he still qualifies as a Rilli He only has a small bit of red on his tail I hope there is more! ENJOY!post-1452-139909851663_thumb.jpgpost-1452-139909851665_thumb.jpg

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ineke

Well done Wayne so will that be a Blue velvet or does that tiny bit of Red make him a rilli? Either way nice little shrimp:encouragement:

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northboy

Nice one Wayne and a great shrimp, isn't that a Pinto?? I am not up on my new colours

So where you been Wayne

Bob

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ninja
Nice one Wayne and a great shrimp' date=' isn't that a Pinto?? I am not up on my new colours

So where you been Wayne

Bob[/quote']

hmmm, definitely need one of those magazines Bob?

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northboy

Oh yea it will make ID a lot easier

Don't forget the lamination to protect them from the dribble LOL, its not just us mature folk that will dribble on them LOL

Bob

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Gbang

Oh heeeelllllll yeah!!!! Nice one Wayne :)

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Ziek

That's awesome Wayne congratz. Your getting a really nice selection going now

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Squiggle

Awesome work Wayne, looks pretty cool, very interesting pattern :victorious:

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durro68

congratz Wayne! Hope you find some more to start a program.

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MrShrimp

Good one Wayne , hope you find a pair to start your new breeding program.

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