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I ordered 10, got 12 live, excellent color on them. Sadly I've never seen more than 5 during tank cleanings so I'm pretty sure I lost some though I have not seen any floaties or remnants so not sure what happened. They are in with small red cardinal tetras and 2 glofish so I wouldn't think they would be small enough to fit in any of those mouths...
 

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Oh boy! New buddies! Just added so they’re kinda pale at the moment.
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Green babaultI shrimp with my blue dreams
 

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20180701_164553.jpg one of my breeding stock

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explotion of young this tank really dose me proud,it never fails

I keep my water up to speed and monitored, feed the right food and minerals, I give them 12hrs of light a day as with all my shrimp,and when that's done don't potch, heres another photo of my sakura breeding stock mixed with crystal and another berried

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My 55G tank that has somehow turned into an RCS and BN breeding tank (and a horde of KuhlI Loaches for the 'kids' to play on).

As at this post:
BN = 2 breeding adults (soon to be split as the tank can't handle more than 2 batches of babies...) and 40ish 1-2cm babies with second batch of babies in the cave. (mom in the photo)

Striped Kuhlis = 14
Shrimp = +- 30 adults, 5 adolescent and maybe 10 babies.


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Blues never look as good in photos as they do in real life.
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These were just so much nicer to look at than these photos can reproduce.
 

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Feeding Time - Brussels Sprout

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Not fully cooked, I do the whole bag at one time, they initially float so they are cooked until they sink. Then I let cool and then freeze. Wednesday is veggie day on all my tanks. Take some out, let thaw and its feeding time. Easy!
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