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    I am starting a red cherry shrimp colony here is a picClick image for larger version

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    He is one of my males Pluto. I am currently adjusting the tank for breeding and fixing sopme things up so yeah keep you updated
    Last edited by bungo; 08-15-2017, 10:39 AM.
    Previously kept 2 leos yip and ching
    am thinking about getting a crestie
    2.3.0 Red cherry shrimps: Vulcan, Janus, Sol, Saturn, Pluto
    0.2.0 Glass frogs: Tyr, Balder

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    I love freshwater shrimp!!!! Always wanted to get cherries, but I could never find them locally. Aquatic critters are the one type I get really worried about having shipped. Anyway....so want to see updates!!!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by GlowingGecko View Post
      I love freshwater shrimp!!!! Always wanted to get cherries, but I could never find them locally. Aquatic critters are the one type I get really worried about having shipped. Anyway....so want to see updates!!!
      thanks when my colony grows in size a bit I will tell you
      Previously kept 2 leos yip and ching
      am thinking about getting a crestie
      2.3.0 Red cherry shrimps: Vulcan, Janus, Sol, Saturn, Pluto
      0.2.0 Glass frogs: Tyr, Balder

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      • #4
        Great news today one of my female shrimps Janus was climbing the tank and i saw she had these weird yellow things inside her which are eggs! I had to take the pictures close so you could notice

        So there is about 20 or 30 shrimps on the way hopefully
        Previously kept 2 leos yip and ching
        am thinking about getting a crestie
        2.3.0 Red cherry shrimps: Vulcan, Janus, Sol, Saturn, Pluto
        0.2.0 Glass frogs: Tyr, Balder

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        • #5
          Your attachment didn't work...but I've seen pics of pregnant shrimp. I did a LOT of research on them when I was trying to have a planted aquarium. They're neat!!

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