|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-27-2012 02:59 PM|
|tatersalad||Shrimp look awesome! Got excited when I saw your screen name because my last name is Appleton, then I realized it was the name of your snail! LOL|
|03-27-2012 01:44 PM|
Nice work on the tanks. I'm getting crs and planning not to mix the carid and neos in fear of cross breeding.
I dont know about you, but i find when they shrimp are happy, my mosses also begin to shoot many more blooms out.
|09-15-2011 06:26 PM|
A couple of impulse buys...
Probably a sunkist/C. propinqua here with 2 cherries:
Can see her eggs...
The other yellow shrimp is a bit shy. I've yet to figure out if she's a Neocaridina yellow variant or a yellowish babaulti.
|09-13-2011 05:03 PM|
|150EH||Nice photos and tank, also like the National Geographic shot of the shrimp. keep up the good work.|
|09-13-2011 04:31 PM|
A few more recent shots. Acquired some RCS and some painted fire reds. Mr. Appleton has tripled in size, at least... And moved the danios out to a bigger tank. Found by chance some Corydoras hastatus at a LFS and now they are happy tank mates with the shrimps:
This cherry is mom to at least 50 juvies:
Caught in the act?
A berried low grade cherry:
|09-13-2011 03:29 AM|
Tanks and critters
I started a 7.9G Fluval Ebi in June, and it's evolved quite a bit since then...
Here are a couple of old pictures, enjoy!
Tank originally had 4 purple passion danios (D. roseus), 1 gold pristella tetra, and an apple snail in it.
Bought this head labeled "Anubias" from a local Petco. Umm...
Started also with a healthy culture of duckweed and like 3 dwarf water lettuces that would eventually overtake all of my tanks...
And here's my snail Mr. Appleton: