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Crazie.Eddie: Do shrimps enjoy frozen bloodworms???

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post #2 of 11 Old 01-01-2007, 07:29 AM
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I don't doubt it, Ed. In fact, my ghost shrimps even eat them.

Nice shrimps there.:) Wish you could ship some for me.

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I'm willing to spare a couple and give them to you for free, but I don't know how they will make the long trip. Plus the shipping would be expensive.
That's ok, Ed.:) Better not do that. I was just wishing it is possible but we don't know if they can do well while being shipped from a long distance.

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Those are Way Cool, CE. Wish I had some. Maybe when I'm a bit more flush. (Wifey just had a tummy tuck, so we're tapped out for a bit.)

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Very cool! Do you find your cherry shrimp to reproduce fast?

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post #9 of 11 Old 01-01-2007, 01:51 PM
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wow those shrimp are so much cooler than my amano*(never botherd to learn its name) my shrimp just sits on a peice of driftwood all day and dosent move. never even seen him eat. are gost shrimp more active than amano? mine is just so boring im thinking about giving him back.
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