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This topic contains 52 replies, has 10 voices, and was last updated by  keith565 9 years, 5 months ago.

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    Matt
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    Soon you’ll be able to do it here Sofia but for now try this /laugh.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:lol:” border=”0″ alt=”laugh.gif” />

    #304995

    Sofia
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    Thanks Matt. They are amazing.

    i wonder how long it will be before I am officially dumped

    #304996

    keith565
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    #304998

    Sofia
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    Thanks all for being so helpful

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    Matt
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    I got bored uploading pics to the server /smile.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:)” border=”0″ alt=”smile.gif” /> Most of these are Caridina/Neocaridina but there are a couple of other genera in here. At least one of these (the bright red Macrobrachium in pic 4) is collected from a protected lake on Sulawesi so we’ll probably never see them over here.

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    dunc
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    They are absolutely stunning. Where are the pics from young Matthew?

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    Matt
    Keymaster

    and as for these…words fail me…from a German site. Apologies if I got a bit carried away here but well, just look at them! here.

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    #305454

    keith565
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    ahem (wipes drool from keyboard). those are some stunning shrimps. there are very few breeders in the UK at the moment, so they are almost impossible to get. i’ve been trying for ages now to get different typed, but with no luck.
    thanks for posting the pics Matt.

    #305455

    Matt
    Keymaster

    No worries…..it was a pleasure looking through them. We’ll have to see if I can help you out once I’m living on the continent.

    #305458

    Sofia
    Member

    Those are amazing pictures. I love the ones in picture 4 and 5. Coming to think of it…they are all amazing

    #305460

    keith565
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    QUOTE(keith565 @ May 13 2008, 03:26 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    ahem (wipes drool from keyboard). those are some stunning shrimps. there are very few breeders in the UK at the moment, so they are almost impossible to get. i’ve been trying for ages now to get different typed, but with no luck.
    thanks for posting the pics Matt.


    awe, thanks m8. but we will miss you once you leave good old blighty.

    #305593

    Daspricey
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    They will be some of the “new Sulawesi” shrimp. But they won’t come cheap, i know one (American) shop is selling them for $20 each! Stunning but out of my price range for a shrimp.
    When i get my new breeding rack built i will be getting a few cherry or bee shrimp.

    Nice shrimp Keith!

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    Malti
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    do you think cherries mix with bettas?

    #305595

    ulster exile
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    I have cherries with my betta with no problem – he just ignores them. However, I have heard that other people haven’t had the same luck. I tested him with a couple of shrimp from my main tank before adding more.

    Has anybody seen Crystal Blue Shrimp at all (to buy that is)?

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    Richy
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    my ct betta ate my cherry red

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