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rosieposie

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  1. What didn't you like about the crack? [MENTION=4779]Brenton[/MENTION]
  2. Shade cloth or something finer in the bucket and take it out bit by bit.
  3. How do you tell the difference?
  4. Haha, thanks guys. To start with I thought I had poisoned my shrimp. Now I realise they are just crack wh*res.
  5. Hi, Question for those that have tried feeding their shrimp "shrimp crack". I have fed them crack twice now, the first time post a water top up. The shrimp literally act like they're on crack, flicking and swimming madly/erratically around the tank. Even ones that haven't had any of the food yet. It is not all the shrimp, just random ones. I put it down to the water change last time, but I have just fed them it again and the same behaviour is occurring. Has anyone else noticed this weird behaviour? [MENTION=5455]Donny[/MENTION] [MENTION=2383]ageofaquariums[/MENTION] TIA.
  6. They are probably molts, leave them in there and the shrimp eat them for the minerals etc.
  7. Thanks [MENTION=8516]none[/MENTION], I hadn't thought of native shrimp. I will have to look into them as well.
  8. They look awesome! I am sure the babies would be signing a fish petition quick smart.
  9. Thanks everyone. Will look at the suggestions.
  10. <BR><BR>Hi, I was wondering if there is a native equivalent of a corydoras? TIA
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