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post #16 of 401 (permalink) Old 06-01-2011, 05:25 AM
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Looks awesome man, can't wait to see it!
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post #17 of 401 (permalink) Old 06-01-2011, 05:36 AM Thread Starter
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Finally shrimpnmoss journal! Happy it's going to be just shrimp and moss.

The light your getting looks really neat, and...do you wanna build me a stand:P?

I wish I could. I just picked the wood and the stain. I was the helper/wood holder/workshop cleanup. I'm lucky that one of my co-workers does carpentry as a hobby.
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Thank you so much. Going to look some up now
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Wow-what kind of shrimp are you putting in it? I am finally going to put shrimp in my much lower tech (non tech) tank today!
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Great work so far Howard. That's my first time seeing that type of UGF setup. You ain't planning to put UG in here anymore? Or was it another tank?
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Hey speedie, naw I'm going to put your UG on another tank that is coming in July. It was going in here but no CO2 = no UG.
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Looking good there! The dark wood cabinet looks amazing!

I am also raising a colony of cherry shrimp in my 60p with fish, so far it is growing well due to dense plants and well fed fish.
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This is a cool setup . . . thanks for sharing!
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Wow-what kind of shrimp are you putting in it? I am finally going to put shrimp in my much lower tech (non tech) tank today!
This tank is for my Tangerine Tigers. The best of this colony will make the cut.

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Nice setup. The tigers are awesome.

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I want them. I want them. I NEED some of those
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post #27 of 401 (permalink) Old 06-01-2011, 08:41 PM
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This tank is for my Tangerine Tigers.

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wooowwww tangerine tigers, gonna fine me some of those when I get back to Hong Kong. I have RCS and Fire Reds in my 8 gallon tank, want to add CRS, but HK temp is too hot for them I think. Those tangerine tigers look amazing!
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HK has a nice selection of shrimps...but you know that already. You should be able to find them there. Some of mine were from HK....

Are you tanks here or in HK?
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HK has a nice selection of shrimps...but you know that already. You should be able to find them there. Some of mine were from HK....

Are you tanks here or in HK?
Both my tanks are in HK, I will be back there in 2.5 weeks time.

I've been trying to decide what to put in the 8G shrimp tank, CRS may die due to high temp, regular tigers are too boring. Man those tangerine tigers are just beautiful! Those are definitely going in my tank! Thank you for the inspiration!

Very cool UGF system as well. Are you not afraid that the slits in the pipes will become clogged? Looking forward to more photos!
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I actually covered all the slits with lava rock to prevent blocking. That has been working on my other tanks.

Why don't you just get a chiller for your HK tanks? I think that is mandatory with the hot Asian summers. I don't think any Bees or Tigers will do well with HK summer weather. I wouldn't risk expensive shrimps due to the lack of equipment.

If my tanks was in Asia....I would have a PRL or PBL tank for sure...
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