Weird Cherry Shrimp

Discussion in 'Inverts' started by KrisHumphreys1991, 18 Sep 2012.

  1. KrisHumphreys1991

    KrisHumphreys1991 Member

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    I have this one shrimp, who spends a lot of his time "walking" under the surface of the water.

    He's the only one who does it.

    Photos cropped and doesn't look so great. sorry!

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    IMG_1675 by KrisHumphreys1991, on Flickr
     
  2. somethingfishy

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    Very cool pic ..

    I have seen my cherries do this I think they like the biofilm
     
  3. KrisHumphreys1991

    KrisHumphreys1991 Member

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    Ah I see! You're probably right!
     
  4. LancsRick

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    Off topic, but the colour of that shrimp looks fantastic!
     
  5. sr20det

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    Mine do it all the time, more the babies, young shrimp.
     
  6. johnski

    johnski Member

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    Spider shrimp, spider shrimp, does whatever a spider shrimp does.
     
  7. Ady34

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    :lol: doh!
     
  8. KrisHumphreys1991

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    Yeah he's nice. Unfortunately the only one with this kind of colour.. The others look extremely low grade!

    Hahaha! :lol:
     
  9. basil

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    Nice colour shrimp Kris - get him some Sakura 'babes' to get it on with in a seperate tank!!
     

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