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    Thread: Anyone into freshwater shrimps/planted tanks

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      Jocecazalot is offline Registered User
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      Quote Originally Posted by cHRoNzZe View Post
      That black one is cool.... Looks like a King Kong but with white dots
      they aren't black .. more like a deep red almost purple. I'll try to get some better pictures tomorrow morning when they are more active.

      My tanks are a et up to house both fish and shrimp with out worry of eggs/babies being eaten. I have my fine substrate layer on the bottom to keep my plants healthy, and some coarse rock on top. That way the babies have a place to hide and feed safely. I also have a ton of Tahiti moss. The back wall is a moss wall, and then I have a giant bundle in the center for them to hide out in also. Fish stay out of there.

      The link below will show you a video of my tank and what I just attempted to explain haha. Hopefully it works

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      I just set up two 10 g scaper tanks and man i'm so hooked. I absolutely love it.

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      I know they are "boring" color wise compared to other shrimp. But I have about 20 Amano shrimp in my 40g heavely planted tank. I can spend countless hours watching the little guys scury from plant to plant and swim across the tank.

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