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03-22-2014 04:44 AM
starfire12 Hi fellow Washington shrimp keepers. I live in Burlington WA, currently I have blue pearl and fire red shrimp in a ten gallon low tech tank. I have two other tens that are in the process of cycling, I will be looking for the following shrimp in about three months I want to make sure the tank is fully cycled.
Blue Diamond
Yellow Noe
Maybe Carbon rilli
02-11-2014 03:59 AM
Unikorn
wow

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Finally Busted out the camera the other day and snapped a few shots.









Wow! That is an awesome cherry!!
02-10-2014 10:36 PM
binbin9 getting out the shrimp hobby I'm in the tukwila area if anyone is interested please PM me.
08-20-2013 05:58 PM
SHMaRiM Some recent pictures...

OEBT's


Blue velvet/pearl mixes


Orange Eye Blonde Tigers


S+ CRS... There is some culls in there as well...


Carbon Rili
08-16-2013 10:18 PM
SHMaRiM
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Hello I am from Bremerton. I am trying to get into shrimp keeping, but I am unsure of ordering shrimp off the internet. Fear of recieving dead shrimp that wont even make a good meal.
I am interested in what places around the seattle area has shrimp that are not overly priced for sickly looking stock.
PM me.

I've shipped over to NY a few times without any losses. Anywhere in the west is cake and they usually arrive in 2 days.
08-02-2013 10:41 PM
Sonvar Hello I am from Bremerton. I am trying to get into shrimp keeping, but I am unsure of ordering shrimp off the internet. Fear of recieving dead shrimp that wont even make a good meal.
I am interested in what places around the seattle area has shrimp that are not overly priced for sickly looking stock.
06-30-2013 10:36 PM
Vermino looks like your shrimp is getting abducted by aliens. Very good wallpaper image.
06-30-2013 10:11 PM
Unikorn
new to Seattle WA

Hello, I'm new to the Seattle,WA area I came all the way from south FL
I currently have a couple of red cherry shrimp, most didn't make it hear alive from FL :/ I was wondering if anyone has any red cherries for sale? I recently went to a store called "The Fish Store" in the university district and they seem a bit high on the price they wanted for the shrimp.
I haven't gotten a chance to test the water here, how is the water here in WA? In FL it was insanely hard and the PH was insane. The KH was super low as well.

The tank I want to add the shrimp to is an 11.4 gallon rimless tank

Any responses and/or comments about the water here would be appreciated
06-25-2013 01:06 PM
Koro-chan Ahh thanks mjbn. I still haven't learned the whole genus species interbreeding yet.

Question. I really enjoy the crystal reds I have and would like to start getting into higher quality lines. Should I mix into colony I already have or should I start from scratch? Also I noticed some of my adults that have lost a significant amount of color; shell becomes less opaque and look generally pretty crappy. This happened after I moved tanks to my new house. Should I cull these adults or leave them alone? thank you!
06-24-2013 06:33 AM
binbin9 looks like a photo of outer space
06-23-2013 10:00 PM
SHMaRiM It is indeed algae. Honestly the only algae I've had in any of my tanks that I think looks awesome. Idk what kind it is, but it stays short and is bright green.
06-23-2013 08:30 PM
mjbn What do you mean screwed? As in them interbreeding? If so, no you're fine. Cherries are neos and CRS are cardinas so they don't cross.
06-23-2013 07:47 PM
Koro-chan omg.. I accidentally released cherries into my crystal tank via hang on breeder. Am I screwed??
06-23-2013 04:14 AM
Kehy
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Orange Eye Blonde tiger tank (OEBT culls)

Almost looks like a painting, sweet
06-23-2013 03:46 AM
drewsuf82
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Orange Eye Blonde tiger tank (OEBT culls)

Is that algae? if so I must say it looks oddly wonderful
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