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Old 01-12-2014, 10:20 PM   #1
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Some pics of my shrimps


Happy to say that everyone is thriving in this tank. I keep CPO's,blue diamonds and low grade crs all together in the same tank. Recently they have all become berried and given birth at the same time. Talk about a population explosion!
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Do the neos/crs do fine together with cpo?
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Old 01-12-2014, 10:32 PM   #3
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Awesome pics! Love the molt pic particularly....and your name spelling.
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Do the neos/crs do fine together with cpo?
I've seen a cpo eat one of the bd's once. I don't know if the cpo caught the bd or if the bd was already dead. The neos and crs are very quick to move out of the larger cpo's way. It's the baby cpo's that are a little slower. Once they reach about half inch in size they seem to act like they're invincible.
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Awesome pics! Love the molt pic particularly....and your name spelling.
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I've seen a cpo eat one of the bd's once. I don't know if the cpo caught the bd or if the bd was already dead. The neos and crs are very quick to move out of the larger cpo's way. It's the baby cpo's that are a little slower. Once they reach about half inch in size they seem to act like they're invincible.
I see, I've seen sources claiming cpo's does and doesn't eat shrimps, that's why I got curious
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And another here. Great looking inverts!
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sweet little photo collage!
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Awesome photos. The blue diamond looks fantastic!
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Thanks for all the coments on the pics. I just got a new camera and managed to snap this pic of one of the bd's. You can see this particular neo has some brighter blue patches near it's head.
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congrats!!! babies are good sign!! keep them happy and share more awesome pictures ^^
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Juvenile CPO hanging out in some Hemianthus micranthemoides. The babies love hiding out in this plant. I recently extended the HM in my tank just for them.
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Old 01-15-2014, 04:33 AM   #14
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I love the look of the blue diamonds. I wish shrimp didn't cost so much (especially to ship) I think I'm just going to end up with ghost shrimp in my starter tank or whatever my LFS has available.
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Ghost shrimp are good lookin' too.
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