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Paralysis in Cherry Shirmps
Old 10-26-2010, 12:31 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by redchigh View Post
That's true-

LFS do all kinds of stupid stuff like that.
Well the one i'm talking about breeds CRS and have been for a good while. It's also my source of plants, shrimp, inverts, fish.
Never had any doubts about what they do. The owner is also a fishkeeper and has been for a long time. The guy who works there(it's a small LFS) is also a big hobbyist. Most of the cool fish and inverts were brought to my country bythat LFS, well atleast on the markets, not sure if they were first to import.
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Old 10-27-2010, 03:53 AM   #12
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These posts make me glad I joined this forum :) Thanks to each and every one of you.

I decided pretty much on reading the shrimp keeping guide that I wouldn't add anything more to my tank until I got it sorted, I also decided that keeping shrimp in the tank was dangerous if they are so sensitive to everything, especially if I don't have the right equipment to guarantee their good health. Bless them. :(

I do have plans for later though, *much later* perhaps when the fish keeping world bows to the name of Chauncy and young shrimps everywhere wish for an hour in my tanks, I shall crack open the uber design of an epic 70 mile river scape with nothing but shrimp and otocinclus and a darkened glass covered walkway so you can observe them until your eyes pop out.

Thank you again :)

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