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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    Hi Indoshrimp,

    Please stick to the rules.
    Sure there are many people interested in sulawesi shrimps but they cannot contact you because you donīt have access to pm.
    Further your pics are from another source and you deleted the copyright.
    We donīt allow dealers to post here, so please donīt try any longer.
    Ok, I am sorry Frank about my pics, I just show the species to make sure I have these species sulawesi shrimps and we can supply is if someone people intereted.

    And whera idea to me to have pm access ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indoshrimp View Post
    Ok, I am sorry Frank about my pics, I just show the species to make sure I have these species sulawesi shrimps and we can supply is if someone people intereted.

    And whera idea to me to have pm access ??

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    Like I told you this forum is free of sales activities.
    I understand that you try to make business but here is not the place to do that.
    Please read the rules!
    http://www.shrimpnow.com/forum/announcement.php?f=25
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    Hi, Frank thanks for more information but please don't delete me from these forum and now I just want to change my shrimps with shrimp from another member in these forum it is no problem ??

    I am very satisfaction with your quick information and Good Luck to shrimpnow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indoshrimp View Post
    Hi, Frank thanks for more information but please don't delete me from these forum and now I just want to change my shrimps with shrimp from another member in these forum it is no problem ??

    I am very satisfaction with your quick information and Good Luck to shrimpnow

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    Indoshrimp,

    Thank you for visiting Shrimpnow. Since you have Sulawesi shrimps to exchange, I am sure your vast experience and knowledge in these shrimps too, be generous to share your knowledge here with everyone and not just to come here to "exchange" shrimps.

    We have a problem with those who come here to post nothing but sell, buy and exchange.
    This is not a classified ads. These people have so much to sell/buy/exchange but no other information to share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by milt View Post
    I was just thinking if we filter coral sand to get higher pH, will the coral sand cause the water to be hard too? Will coral sand give us soft alkaline water or hard alkaline water?
    You have to be careful when use coral chip. I have a friend who used lots of coral chip as gravel in bid to get high pH, but his Towuti Beauty didn't make it more then 3 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I shrimp View Post
    Hello all , I ha notice this new shrimps in some of Singapore aquarium shops recently. I heard from the the seller that these shrimps need higher Ph and they dont really need cold water like CRS. Did anyone here try to keep them yet? What is the different between CRS and Sulawesi Shrimps?
    I am keep them at 26C, they seems to be quite comfortable with it, after some death, I see some fries for the Montena Blue. pH wise mid 7.

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    I hope someone who have been keeping sulawesi shrimp for sometime is kind enough to share their experience with us here. Most of us are still doing experimental on it. Dont think it is right to treat these beautiful shrimps like this. So do share with us your valuable experience. Thanks..

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    Hi Silane... which one is montena blue?? any pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lipchong View Post
    I hope someone who have been keeping sulawesi shrimp for sometime is kind enough to share their experience with us here. Most of us are still doing experimental on it. Dont think it is right to treat these beautiful shrimps like this. So do share with us your valuable experience. Thanks..
    Hi! Just recently was introduced to Sulawesi shrimps myself. I've been keeping CRS for quite some time (still struggling )

    However, was attracted to these new found species and was prompted to buy 2 to try out. They are extremely good at hiding! Currently keeping them together with my CRS (ph7+). Just got it for few days only, so can't really comment if they will survive. Had a near death encounter when my pH dropped to 6.5 yesterday. Thought 1 of the sulawesi was a goner but soon 'revived' after I got the pH and temperature up again!

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    Hi All,

    I am setting up a new tank for both CRS and Sulawesi, just added a few pieces of the latter and see how they react with the water temperature etc. Hope it can blend well with CRS.

    BTW, anyone ever try to house them in the same tank, please share your experiences if any.


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