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    Jacqui Jones
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    Gooding, Idaho
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    Neos, Caridina

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  1. 7-8 gh is what I keep my neos. If you're changing water every week you're forcing them to try and adapt too often, and maybe forcing molts and then they die. Algae wafers do fine for some people, some people's shrimp it's too much protein and they end up with hunched backed shrimp that die. If they don't come to the food, they aren't hungry because they've been grazing off algae and biofilm in the tank. You can also try blanched organic veg like spinach, peas, green beans. If you can find someone selling dried mulberry leaves those are great too. Indian Almond are fantatic for shrimp. They add
  2. A lot of caridina are born with orange/red eyes. The Orange Eye gene tends to suppress white markings. It will most likely end up a black King Kong looking shrimp as an adult.
  3. Tank tour after rearranging the whole room. Scott put in extra supports under the shelves for me so I could put the tanks in short-side out, and helped me move one shelf up higher. All the tanks are now off the floor except for the 10g cube that's too deep to fit on the small wire rack and the 30g extra plants/mystery snails/neo culls tank. Happy Jax, happy shrimp.
  4. This big momma that it seems like I was waiting forevaaaaa to hatch out her babies gave me xmas babies!
  5. Oh yeah, I notice this all the time. The closer to a wild pattern instead of a nice solid color, the more I see lighter/silver eyes. My bloody marys often have lighter eyes as well.
  6. They're just starting to breed for the first time. Some of the ones I have are from Andrew Wayne, and it's a project he's worked on for a couple years, so are pretty set in what colors and patterns they produce. The ones I have are just F1's so it's going to be a mixed grab bag what they produce. I see a few tiny solid whites- could color out as blue bolts later- some pinto striped backs on clear or tan-ish bodies. They're only a week or so old though. I really need to move them to a different tank. I love the shape of the 10g cube they're in, but the light is weak in that tank, the glass is s
  7. Aura Blue x Blue Bolts and x Cheetahs. The ones with the more vibrant brighter blue are from Andrew Wayne and are the Aura/Cheetahs. The shrimp with the lighter blue and white are my Aura/Bolts. Aura Crosses 20190622_011840.mp4
  8. Update on the the other Aura Blue cross I did. These were with a Blue Bolt male. They're big enough that I pulled them out of the main tank and set them up in a breeder box till I have another tank finished cycled in a few weeks.
  9. More Aura cross babies. Super happy with these.
  10. Do you still have this for sale? I'd like to order food pack 2 pls.
  11. One month later plus a week. I also have some tiny baby Aura Blue/Blue bolts with some neat stripes on the back.
  12. EverStuff


    Hi, Welcome! It's good to see the FaceBook friends here.
  13. Hi, Welcome! It's good to see FaceBook friends here.
  14. I'm Jacqui Kaplan Jones on FaceBook

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