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Old 01-31-2006, 07:35 PM   #11 (permalink)
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How are your shrimp doing, Damon? No pinkies over here today, thankfully. Molting has reduced quite a bit as well.
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I still have the what was left when I picked them upfrom Matt. Standard drip acclimation. Haven't seen them this morning. Lights are not on.
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Does everyone still have their Amano Shrimp?

I seem to have a lot of mine in the tank...too many to count so I think the drip acclimation was a success. I lost a total of 2...2 that I could find anyways
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Does everyone still have their Amano Shrimp?

I seem to have a lot of mine in the tank...too many to count so I think the drip acclimation was a success. I lost a total of 2...2 that I could find anyways
Ditto...I've only pulled two amanos and one cherry. The long drip was worth the time.
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