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Squiggle
Thanks squig :)

but I highly doubt that

youll be surprised how quick someone can be ****ed off over something so little

Modest too :victorious:

I know what you mean dude, had the same problem myself in the past :encouragement:

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torface
I wouldn't charge a mate for shrimp

in fact

we have just set up a tank for my mate

100% out of our pocket !!!

Aquaone ar850 not a cheap tank

Tank' date='shrimp sand, filter media,sponges,2 air pumps,plants,lights

SHRIMP

KK

BB

MISHLINGS !!

All for FREE !

Also chiller to come

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This is incredible! You are one in a million...

I'd like to think i'd do the same if I was in the position to do so :)

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BlueBolts

Morning All....before I submit this to Mod/Admin, is there any changes in $, format or comments ?

1. Is Juvies @ 8-11mm OK ?

2. Guaranteed Male = (J) x 1.5 OK ?

3. Guaranteed Female = (J) x 2 OK ?

4. Guaranteed Pair = (J) x 3.5 OK ?

Thanks :-)

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Squiggle

Looks good to me BB, great work :victorious:

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torface

Yes looks good to me too :encouragement:

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Ace027

No prices for Sulawesi ;)

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ineke

Looks good to me , well done BB :encouragement:

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Neo-shrimp

:encouragement:

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ninja
No prices for Sulawesi ;)

Why, got some?

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Ace027
Why' date=' got some?[/quote']

I wish mate :)

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MrShrimp
I wish mate :)

I'm guessing that's why no prices. Lol

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BlueBolts

Thanks for everyone's comments and input. Mods/Admin, can you please review and if all ok, replace the existing $ Guide. :encouragement:

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