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Mrs Brownnose is berried!

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CNgo2006

That looks like a red ruby not kk...very nice!

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Jenbenwren

Sorry, I was given a KK with some Mischys I brought and I was very surprisd when I saw this Ruby Red little shrimplet of Mrs Brownnoses

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Squiggle

That's fantastic, Ruby Reds are one of my favs, very well done! :thumbsu:

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newbreed

Looks like you're going to get a nice mixture of bubs Jen!!

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Jenbenwren

I'm over the moon with them and now there are more!

I spotted a little tiny CRS type shrimplet yesterday that could only be from Trancy's first belly full of berrys. Also Mrs Brownnose is due in about 9 days or so and 1 of our new girls is recently berryed too! So happy and excited about it all.

Seems our Mischy population is starting to grow and our RCS are starting to take over the tank and push the Mischys away from the food, I decided to give away most of our fish so I can setup the 80cm for our RCS, 1xCranky Male Bristlenose and Rasbora Maculattas. I just couldn't bring myself to find new homes for any of our RCS lol

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fishmosy

MTS strikes again.

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Jenbenwren

Pmsl sure does Fishmosy, and there's only 1 cure 'more tanks' lol.

But with a partner like mine it's almost impossible to feed the addiction, for now. Will be a different story once our little girl starts school and I can go back to work though. I'll be earning a wage again then so he's excuse of 'I'm the one that works to earn any money we have so only I get a say in how it's spent' will fly out the window. Boy do I have plans lol (rubbing my hands together cackling with glee at thought). I've pinpointed every area in the house that will fit and benefit from the addition of another tank. So 2016 is going to be an awesome year, both our kids will be in school, I can go back to vet nursing and finish my studies to become not just an xperiencd vet nurse but a qualified vet nurse as well, I can buy more tanks and shrimp and I can get another Rottweiler that will hopefully teach our Staffy a thing or 2 lol.

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fishmosy

I know the feeling. Had to cut back on the number of tanks I had (roughly 20) to just 5 as I got close to finishing my PhD. Now I'm almost done, its not long until I can get them filled up again.

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Jenbenwren

I've managed to talk OH into letting me build a rack that has the sump in cupboard on the bottom, then 3 x 2ft divided tanks on top so I can start seperating the panda, tibee, kk or RR, snow white shrimplets that are now popping up in the tank. But after I finally managed to draw up some designs and worked out the measurements I realized a 4 tier rack just wasn't very maintenance/viewer friendly. So I've changed the plans a little to a cupboard with a sump with 2x2ft divided tanks on that then another shelf with 2 x 2ft divided tanks. He doesn't know yet, and won't know until I've finished it and set it all up, that way he has no chance of stopping me from doing it. Luckily work has him away from home for days to weeks at a time so I can set it up without him knowing lol

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