I know there's been a large influx of new shrimp keepers for 2012. It's been a great Shrimpin year !! Moving into the New Year, I wanted to find out what's everyone looking to get for 2013?
Great choices! I'm assuming you have previous experience keeping Caridina sp? OEBT's can be a bit finicky expecially during the warmer summer months.super tigers and/or OEBT
Awesome! Welcome to shrimpin! :biggrin: Neos would be preferred for you but I'm sure you already know that. :wink:Looking to get started. Hahaha
Awesome choice, but as I stated about the OEBT, BTOEs are even more finicky so be ready for a challenge. :hihi:I'd kill for BTOEs lol. But in all reality I just want to start a SUCCESSFUL CRS colony.
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I've never heard of black eye blue tigers.... black eye black tigers, yes. Got links or pics?Regular eye ( Black eye ) blue tigers..would love to get a group of 2 dozen or more pending on price ....only seen them once for sale,and they were gone...
Low grades because this will be your first time keeping Caridinas sp. Cantonensis? I'm curious because most folks seem to waste their time keeping lower grade crs while they can easily take on SS-SSS grades just as easy. They are just as hardy IME.Low grade CRS!
Hummmm... never heard of those bro. What specie do they fall under?some vampire shrimp
Nice choice!Blue velvet neos!
Haha, I don't mind harder to keep shrimp, i just don't think CRS are as cute! Currently I have Blue Velvets, Blue/Green Rilis, and Sulawesi Malawa shrimps.Don't count on it. It's easy-to-keep shrimp or nothing for me.