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Quote from: dingus2018 on March 04, 2019, 06:31:04 amHey sabertooth, sounds like you have got the technique down. The way I'm reading your post is that you have all those varieties housed in one tank, am I reading that right?I have a community tank "skittles tank" of mixed neos that i started around October last year after watching Shrimp Lab and L.R.Bretz's Aquatics youtube's for a bit of fun and well as line specific tanks. The community tank of neo's throws about 10% wilds and is in its 2nd&3rd round of mixed births. The yellows are the first to wash out a bit in a mixed tank and you start to see them transition to green but all the others are still strong colours.
Quote from: tva351 on February 19, 2019, 06:22:34 pmMoving into the world of Caridina shrimp eh, Sabertooth?I though i would give it a go since they are pretty much live in the same water conditions as neo's. I tried keeping CRS a few years ago and killed them all so never tried again. Been just over a week and one water change down and these are still alive, so if i can keep them alive for a month i will get some more. The bloke i got them off was just using tap water in a glass bottom tank. They are monsters lined up against neocarodina, would have to be between 25-30mm long. Got 3 for $15, No idea what sex they are? Looking on the line and it says its hard to sex them and the females tend to be larger than males and i got 2 big and 1 small. so hopefully 2 females and 1 male but only time will tell.
Quote from: tva351 on February 19, 2019, 07:00:36 pmeriocaulaceae sp. Type 2 I reckon. Google it, I reckon this is it.Googled that and it says "Eriocaulaceae sp. 'Type 2' is a rare and beautiful plant that deserves much popularity. Its slightly twisted leaves brings a touch of elegance to your aquascaping" LOL.