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CNgo2006

When catching out the baby shrimp try to do it with a little cup or container not a net, I find this is less stressful for the little buggers.

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blackcat

Wish I had seen this earlier dohhhh hope they live :-)

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blackcat

Update crs tank refilled shrimp reacclimsted to new wp's lots of babies visible and a few sheds visible :-)vegy3edy.jpg

All plants also thinned out and relocated into goldfish tanks....

Tds 174 ..... finger crossed ... will keep u all posted

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ineke

Great work Blackcat well done hopefully most of your problems will be solved. Just remember some of the shrimp may have been weakened by what was happening and you may still lose 1 or 2 but hopefully all will be well

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blackcat

Thanks Ineke im still stressing a bit but seeing molts I figure is a positive sign .... im doing the cbs atm

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blackcat

Thanks Ineke im still stressing a bit but seeing molts I figure is a positive sign .... im doing the cbs atm

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One of my pride n joys from my quality cbs who both died ...Here's hoping it will survive

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blackcat

Here it is

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And here is its sibling

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blackcat

Pink flesh? ??

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Squiggle
Pink flesh? ??

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I wouldn't think so, most of my Golden Bees have a pink tinge to them :encouragement:

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blackcat

Did u c my other pcs in the disease thread ??

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Squiggle

Yeah & they look completely different, your Golden Bee looks normal :encouragement:

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blackcat

No further deaths :-D

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It survived whooooooooo :-) schhhhh dont say it too loud eh !

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Oh and I do believe thats bubbies ...

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Some of my best survived yay

THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE THAT HELPED ME WITHOUT JUDGEMENTS IN MY TIME OF NEED

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Squiggle

That's awesome news blackcat, definitely a great result & I'm glad everything has worked out, YAY!!! :victorious:

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blackcat

Oh I know :-)

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BlueBolts

Well done and well deserved...thanks for the thread, as I'm sure it would have helped many too :-) PM me when you're ready....

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blackcat
Well done and well deserved...thanks for the thread' date=' as I'm sure it would have helped many too :-) PM me when you're ready....[/quote']

Oh I will if the offer still stands, but I will wait just a little while for the tanks to be fully stable :)how long I havr no idea lol... i am so eternally grateful to the forum for saving me and my shrimp ! RO produvtion is never ending it runs A LOT lol !

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Squiggle

Lol, yeah they do that :victorious:

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blackcat
Lol' date=' yeah they do that :victorious:[/quote']

Uhuh much to my hubbys dismay... hahahh will have to ummmm hide when the next water bill comes ;-)

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blindfisherman
Uhuh much to my hubbys dismay... hahahh will have to ummmm hide when the next water bill comes ;-)

I'm on a strata property where I don't pay for water :) I LOVE my RO unit hahahaha

I just have to hide the elec bills which are usually >800 for a 1 bedroom apartment :(

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Squiggle

+1, gotta love renting, hahaha. :encouragement:

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blackcat

Ahhhh but I have solar and no cap on pets or aquariums :victorious:

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Squiggle

hahaha, the only one you beat me on is solar, I will have it one day! :victorious:

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blindfisherman

There is a cap on pets and aquariums for rentals? :p

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ineke

I have solar and last year was the first year we got all our electricity free and $2100.00 credits back in the bank:applause:

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blackcat

Wow thats impressive :-) :congrats:

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