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    Nice shrimps bro.

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    Very nice shrimp ,I like color

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    Great color intensity! What are the rate of survival? And is keeping these high grades even harder?

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    Got to say WOW! Some absolutely beautiful shrimp there, something for us to aspire towards. Stunning

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    please import some of this beauty to us speedie..
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    Awesome Shrimp!

    Please send me a PM when you get a chance since your PM box is full.

    B/R,

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    Very nice shrimp. What are your water parameters?
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    Temperature

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    Quote Originally Posted by hedge_fund View Post
    Very nice shrimp. What are your water parameters?
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    Temperature

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    Thanks everyone.

    pH just keep it between 5.2 to 6.2, any in this range will do just fine.
    GH 3-4, depend on size.
    23-25C depends on how fast you want to grow them.

    Others don't really matter. Don't worry too much on parameters.
    If they do fine and keep breeding well, don't change anything.
    There are no ideal parameter. Just telling you guys the water parameters we keep ours,
    maybe it doesn't work with your style, or maybe it does. Trust your eyes and experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breeder View Post
    Thanks everyone.

    pH just keep it between 5.2 to 6.2, any in this range will do just fine.
    GH 3-4, depend on size.
    23-25C depends on how fast you want to grow them.

    Others don't really matter. Don't worry too much on parameters.
    If they do fine and keep breeding well, don't change anything.
    There are no ideal parameter. Just telling you guys the water parameters we keep ours,
    maybe it doesn't work with your style, or maybe it does. Trust your eyes and experience.
    Hi can you share what do you mean by 23-25C depends on how fast you want to grow them? Do youmean differnet temp will have different growth rate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noobs View Post
    Hi can you share what do you mean by 23-25C depends on how fast you want to grow them? Do youmean differnet temp will have different growth rate?
    That's what Breeder trying to say.. Lower temperature - shrimps growth slower
    Higher temperature - will be slightly faster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breeder View Post
    Thanks everyone.

    pH just keep it between 5.2 to 6.2, any in this range will do just fine.
    GH 3-4, depend on size.
    23-25C depends on how fast you want to grow them.

    Others don't really matter. Don't worry too much on parameters.
    If they do fine and keep breeding well, don't change anything.
    There are no ideal parameter. Just telling you guys the water parameters we keep ours,
    maybe it doesn't work with your style, or maybe it does. Trust your eyes and experience.

    They are great and lovely i ll never have this shrimps too hard to keep them alive in here cause tap water quality is unacceptable fro crystal 7.5ph 14gh 10kh

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