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Old 04-07-2007, 06:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Alright I went to like 7 fish stores yesterday and today. I found at Tong's that they have a lot of bumblebee shrimps fro $2.98, lots of bee shrimps for $2.98, amano shrimps for $1.98, tiger shrimps for $1.98. Have fun shopping
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Tigers for less than $2?

man that's cheap!
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On the tank they only had "bumblebee shrimps", "algae-eating shrimp", and "cherry shrimp" written on it. However, the people there aren't very educated about shrimps and there wasn't any cherry shrimps in there at all. So I assume the tiger would be listed under 'algae-eating shrimp'
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Amanos are commonly considered algae-eating shrimp, but maybe if they're uneducated about shrimp, they'll let tigers slide for the same price.
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I went there yesterday. They only had the all white shrimps. I dont know what's called what, but I was looking for shrimps with color.
Bought some snails. Will wait till they have some colored shrimps.
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I went there yesterday. They only had the all white shrimps. I dont know what's called what, but I was looking for shrimps with color.
Bought some snails. Will wait till they have some colored shrimps.
If you get the chance, you can go by All About Fish. They have Crystal Reds, Cherries, Amanos, Indian Zebras, and even Tigers in stock. I saw all of them except the Tigers, but I guess I didn't look hard enough.
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