|04-21-2015 06:49 PM|
|shattersea||I'm still around. I am keeping orange neos that are breeding like crazy. I'm also trying CRS in a different tank, but in tap water instead of RO, which so far isn't really going so well. I lose one or two a week in a slow decline.|
|04-20-2015 01:37 AM|
|Tyveck||I am actually about to put up my entire 12g crs/RCS tank with plants, moss and drift wood. Would anybody be interested?|
|04-20-2015 01:26 AM|
|04-20-2015 01:24 AM|
|Tyveck||Well I know I am!|
|04-20-2015 01:24 AM|
|Clayman||How many of you guys are still on this thread? I know zero people in Nashville that keep aquariums. I'm up for swapping/selling plants and livestock. Got a whole bunch of baby peacock gudgeons from a pair in my shrimp tank. Just curious to see who is still around.|
|04-20-2015 01:07 AM|
|Tyveck||Hey! Awesome! I will be selling my crs ss-sss+ soon!|
|04-20-2015 01:06 AM|
|cynsnn||Have you all figured out when to meet or where to meet? I live in Hartsville so I'm close enough to Nashville to meet and swap or whatever lol! I just joined today so I'm not even sure if anybody still wants to get together let me soon please?|
|11-19-2014 02:03 AM|
I'm in Middle Tennessee too. I live in Lafayette & work in Gallatin.
I got my first 8 RCS from Critter on Sunday. They're in a 1/2 thickly planted low tech 20L with 6 rasbora, a clown plec & 3 pygmy cories.
I've been caring for freshwater fish off & on since 1993, but burned myself out on the bigger fish after a few years with discus. We have thinned down our active tanks to 1 discus tank, 1 angel tank, 2 guppy tanks & the above mentioned shrimp setup.
Since it's the wrong time of the year to consider shipping, I'm hoping to head to Pet Central in Bowling Green, KY this weekend to see if they still have any RCS, rasboras or pygmy cories in stock so I can double the quantity in the tank (after QT) with stock from another source to strengthen the bloodlines if/when they start breeding.
Anyway, hi fellow local shrimpers! I know I still have a lot to learn about proper plant & shrimp care, but at least it's cheaper to make mistakes than the thousands we spent on discus.
|10-11-2014 11:49 PM|
|10-11-2014 01:12 AM|
|tlyons01||Congratulations on your first batch of shrimp! I have found the cherry shrimp to be very easy to care for and keep happily breeding. Mine are like roaches, I give and give them away but they are still everywhere!|
|10-10-2014 11:38 PM|
|dirbrit||just got my first rcs.. im in bedford county. hi peeps|
|07-08-2014 01:32 PM|
I'm curious as to what water conditions you are kept the CRS? I've been tempted to get some, though I'm still using tap water(with prime).
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|07-08-2014 03:32 AM|
|Tyveck||Hey its good to see some awesome shrimpers in Tennessee! I live about 30 minutes south of Nashville:> In the next 2 month I should have some CRS to trade! SS+|
|05-17-2014 11:01 PM|
|05-17-2014 05:03 PM|
|Jill||Didn't want either of you guys to think I had forgotten about you. I do still want shrimp AND plants. We're self employed and money is tight at the moment, and unfortunately for me, shrimp are not a necessity. Things should look up in the next week, and I'll be ready for shrimp. This has given me plenty of time to think about how badly I really do want them....lol.|
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