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a couple of pumkins

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post-3452-139909851922_thumb.jpgpost-3452-139909851927_thumb.jpg a couple of pics of my pumkins. Pretty happy with the colours.

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torface

Looking good Michael :)

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Squiggle

Very nice pick dude, lovely colour! :encouragement: Thanks for sharing :victorious:

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michael

Hopefully when they breed I will get more like the first one. I love the strong colour of it

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ineke

They are very nice shrimp:encouragement:

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