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smicko

Absolutely magic looking shrimp. Are they breeding true or still throwing lighter blues as well?

Cheers mick

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Squiggle

Wow dude, they look stunning, thanks for making me drool :encouragement:

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kunzy

Those are very nice shrimps! congrats!

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KiwiBigD

They're absolutely stunning mate. WOW!

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BlueBolts

Very nice Matt, are they yours ? 1st dibs . LOL

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matblack

sorry people American **** just a little tease

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BlueBolts
They're absolutely stunning mate. WOW!

davin, all you need is to x your blue cherry, & carbon Rilis to get this result ?

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ninja

2nd dibs.

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torface

Stunning! I WANT!

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scottymac
davin' date=' all you need is to x your blue cherry, & carbon Rilis to get this result ?[/quote']

Interesting, I was wondering what you would get by crossing blue velvet with Carbon rilis. Do you think it may work? Where do I get carbon rilis anyway I only ever see them up for sale when I don't have money.

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Garnelchen

PRETTY! I WANT TOO!

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