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post #346 of 364 (permalink) Old 11-01-2019, 03:34 PM
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^That's stunning!

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... Threads like this really make me want to upgrade my phone.
Threads like this really make me want to upgrade my shrimp.


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Wild shrimp (Philippines). This is living with full grown Rainbowfish, Barbs, and a Red-tail Black Shark. The adult of this species can grow to more than 6". This in photo is one of the smaller ones. My biggest one is shy, but around 3" long now with big pincers. Will upload a photo if I get a good one.
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Trying out new macro lens attachment. Still getting used to keeping the shrimp in focus.




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Wild shrimp (Philippines). This is living with full grown Rainbowfish, Barbs, and a Red-tail Black Shark. The adult of this species can grow to more than 6". This in photo is one of the smaller ones. My biggest one is shy, but around 3" long now with big pincers. Will upload a photo if I get a good one.
Here you go.. check out this beast. What's amazing about these wild shrimps is that they have different colors. I have two big ones, one is dark gray, this one in the photo has bluish coloration. Some of my smaller shrimps are transparent, others are dark grey, and one is transparent with reddish tint that sometimes go full cherry.
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Not as sharp as I would have liked, but I thought this was a cool action shot.




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Wish I could make the el naturals reproduce like some of the ones I get. Got a few pics today of some random shrimpers.

Here is the nice brindle color that pops up. Think its really nice especially in person with the very off pattern back strap color (which didnt show up well in pic). They stick out from the pack.


This one actual has a green tint. Didnt photo very well but its more of a plant color.


This one has a yellow tint which is kind of cool. Pretty rare in the wild group, only scene a few.


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I love mixed shrimp. Well done!

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My Darwin Algae Eater and CRS

Some people say Amano's aren't that pretty to look at, well here's my berried Darwin Algae Eater (I think sometimes referred to as Australia's Amano?). Seems they sport different coloring, I've got some that have thin red lines, while some have this dark green patching going on.
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Didnt realize I caught 2 CPDs staring directly at me (upper middle of pic) wanting there food lol.


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Both incredible. But, that second one! What kind of shrimp is it?
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Both incredible. But, that second one! What kind of shrimp is it?
Thank you. The second pic is a galaxy fishbone (snowflake pheno).
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Thank you. The second pic is a galaxy fishbone (snowflake pheno).
Magnificent!
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