Shrimps!

Discussion in 'Inverts' started by johnny70, 2 Sep 2008.

  1. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    A shots of my cherries and crystals, got a nice little colony of both producing babies on a regular basis

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  2. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    nice shrimp, is the 1st moss fissidens?
     
  3. johnny70

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    Yeah got a ton of it in their tank, hardly any light, no ferts no co2, grows great :lol: Lots of other moss in there too, christmas, java, spikey etc
     
  4. LondonDragon

    LondonDragon Administrator Staff Member

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    Nice macros :) didn't know the fissidens could grow without CO2 and ferts, guess I need to add some to my tank it looks great in your and with the shrimp too :)
    Have you got a full tank shot and also setup details inc water temp? thanks :) Hope my CRS can breed too.
     
  5. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    Its a bog standard clearseal, 18x12x12" small 11w light, eco complete substarte, but noting planted in it, various moss and anubais, bog wood and shrimp shelters. filetred with 2 huey hung filters. no co2 no ferts

    Ph 6.8, kH 0, gh 6 temp 23c

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  6. TDI-line

    TDI-line Member

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    Stunning pictures Johnny.
     
  7. thebullit

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    stunninga as always johnny. well done on the babies. hope i start to see some soon.
     
  8. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    Few more here :) I actually have a first, a female crystal with eggs, very blurry, but you can still make her eggs out, first time I have seen them with eggs, if only I had noticed while taking the pictures :oops:

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  9. LondonDragon

    LondonDragon Administrator Staff Member

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    Great photos mate, improving all the time ;) all you need now is to get a proper macro lens ;)
     

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