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8eba2ugy.jpgWow i just found this on ebay.com.uk and only 9 pound WTF who wishes they where in the uk right now :)uvybu7u2.jpg

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Squiggle

Yeah I try not to look at the prices over there, they just make me jelly. aldvshlouqdb

p.s. Don't go looking on German sites, they are very bad for the jelly monster. :dejection:

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BlueBolts

+1, do not look at overseas sites :-) $ & variety of shrimps will make us :sorrow:

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BristledOne

I was given a bit of a rare opportunity recently to look through actual wholesale pricing and volumes from an international supplier, I cant/wont say specifics but what I can say is it made me cry seeing the range and pricing available overseas...

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newbreed

It's bad enough with the options we already have here! Not worth the heartache looking overseas!!

Even if they are stunning and shockingly inexpensive!!:banghead:

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Garnelchen
Yeah I try not to look at the prices over there' date=' they just make me jelly. aldvshlouqdb

p.s. Don't go looking on German sites, they are very bad for the jelly monster. :dejection:[/quote']

Maybe we should all move to Germany..... or some of us anyway. :D

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ineke

If the laws on shrimp keeping are relaxing then is there a hope that we may one day be able to importjibdcb

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NoGi

There was an import report being prepared for them, not sure how far it got but I'll see if I can find out.

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Squiggle

Wow dude, very exciting! :victorious:

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NoGi

Don't get too excited Lol I don't think it's progressed much in the past year.

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Squiggle

The fact that they are considering it is exciting enough for me! :victorious:

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NoGi

I'm not sure if it's been submitted so they may not be considering anything lol.

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newbreed

Dave sent me a copy of this to peruse and add to if I see areas where other info is required. Don't believe it has been submitted yet but will have a good look through it over this next week. Many members participated in getting it developed so would love to see it get to submission stage at very least.

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ineke

Just imagine if it happens what beauties we could have.

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Ronskitz

Sounds good these guys look AMAZING and im sure alot of shrimpers would kill for a pair of these

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