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Thanks for the support baccus4702, but the guys are right.... Perhaps it's time I get a new prescription....:p

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Squiggle

Baaaaahahahaha, too funny BB! :rofl:

I think these might suit you better! :stupid:

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Garnelchen

Beautiful shrimp, Marcus! Love the Carbon Rili!

Shame on you everybody else. Picking on Marcus because of his deteriorating eye sight is not nice. It's not his fault that he's getting old. ;)

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BlueBolts

I'm sure this is in focus.... Carbon Rilli Blue body..

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poeticwinter

this are awesome BB love the colour hope it can be special project :)

I'm sure this is in focus.... Carbon Rilli Blue body..DAED5CE1-643B-43CE-8EFF-6C676DA8CF60.jpg

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ineke

You are the king of blue BB beautiful shrimp.:worthy:

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yeswaitnosorry

agreed with poeticwinter

this are awesome BB love the colour hope it can be special project :)

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BlueBolts

Thanks.... I'm very selective when it comes to rilli's. I personally prefer the sold colours, but love the challenge of the rilli pattern. My red rilli colony that's due for a cull soon.

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ineke

Beautiful Rilis BB, I'm not good at culling I have about 50 culls in my big tank and 3/4 of them are actually very good. I think I'm culling to young again. I had been leaving them a bit longer but had so many I culled a heap of juvies and now I'm torn whether to take some out but they add a nice splash of colour to the tank. I'm going back to culling when they are older now.

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Squiggle

Nice pic BB, definitely some stunning patterns & colour there dude! :victorious:

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OzShrimp

great colouring BB, what do you look for when you cull in your projects?

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