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mayphly

Here's a few pics of some of the shrimp I keep.

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Disciple

Wow love the last photo. Thanks for sharing, I hope you enjoy these forums.

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Zorba

Very nice

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newbreed

Loving all these pics! The second is a great pattern!

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fishmosy

Nice shrimp mate.

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mayphly

Thanks guy!

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NoGi

Love the photos and thanks for sharing. Please keep them coming.

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mayphly

Here's a few of my tibees. I used these to cross with my TB to get taitibees.

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ineke

Love the Tibees. I like the Reds especially - I'm getting quite a few reds now and it's good to see someone else breeding the Reds too- don't see many of them.

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mayphly
de28979b18bee078fd926271b483c8e3.jpg586ec97dd2008e2ede5e4eeb0bc8a53e.jpg Here are a couple of my shrimp tanks. One is a 12g long that had Blue Diamonds (neos) and the other is a 7g that has my pintos, TB and Taitibee. I'm hoping for some of those nice red pintos soon. There's a few pink bolts in there as well.
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mayphly

Here's one of my favorite shrimp lately. It's a Taitibee from my pinto project tank6995aa14b4089babac737300bc99cf37.jpgd27e38df9dc40a71991b188a9c00f022.jpg

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anthonyd

That is a beauty and great picture too.

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mayphly

Thanks!

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Shrimpy Daddy

Hi Andy,

 

Nice photos. By the way, which shrimp is the one living in the SD tank? You never share me the resultant photo yet. LOL!!! (^_^")y

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mayphly

Sorry, it's been a while since I've posted here. Nothing with shrimp really happens fast. Here's the difference of a Shrimp Daddy shrimp and a regular crs in the SD tank. This tank is solely dedicated to Shrimp Daddy products. It's been running since April of this year. I'm beginning to see some nice improvements in my shrimp. Their color and she'll thickness is looking very nice. Thanks Wilson! f30145347dabbc173854563d50b90114.jpg

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Shrimpy Daddy

Thanks for sharing, Andy.

I'm glad your shrimps are benefiting from my products. ^^

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Disciple

Its amazing the difference in the two pictures.

Thanks for sharing. 

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