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    My babies Tiger Matano are growing and growing up.





    This is an interesting species, they do not tend to hide as other Sula Shrimps, they stay the most of the time on the soil, and rarely go on the rocks.


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    nice shrimp... and pictures.....anymore??

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    anymore pregnant sulawesi shrimp?

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    Lot of them!!












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    WOW..... that's nice...

    thanks for the pictures....

    BTW, what pH and temp. you keep them

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    Quote Originally Posted by volkracing99 View Post

    BTW, what pH and temp. you keep them

    Thanks for the comment.
    I keep them at 28-29șC and pH 8.

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    Some new shots






    These tiger matano are more and more close to the Caridina masapi, described for Crusta10 in their page.

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    I love all your close up pictures....

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    Very nice photos and beautiful shrimp! Thank you for sharing.

    Bill

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    Very nice!!!!!!!!

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