Shrimp bug bit me again!

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  1. Mike16T
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    Hahahha.. We'll see..
     
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    I couldn't see it!!!

    Now I can and I am sufficiently jealous. When it gets berried and has 500 babies, be sure and send me a birth notice.
     
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    I'm exited what the Black Tiger Pinto will spit out.. ;);)
     
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    If they cross with my Tangerine Tigers and I get TangTai will you be really, really, really jealous?
     
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    :lol:lol:lol:lol:lol
     
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    In a word: Yes.
     
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    *sobbing @ my infertility issues*
     
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    I would recommend starting a indoor free range rabbit breeding operation to hopefully inspire the shrimp to do the same.
     
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    :rofl:rofl:rofl:rofl
     
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    You, Sir, Are a JackALope.
     
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    I agree to Loren. hahahah... Hire some strippers to dance in front of the shrimps to motivate them. =P
     
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    :rofl:rofl:rofl
     
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    I don't have any problem getting my kids to eat their veggies.
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    Love that solid white one. What veggies do you feed?
     
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    That photo is of french cut green beans. Before I got lazy I used to feed them blanched spinach and zucchini.
     
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    I always forget about beans. I need to do another batch of zucchini. The baby plecos love that. I don't think I've given them to shrimp yet.
     
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    Both plecos and shrimp love green beans. I just open a can, dump in a tupperware container, rinse several times and drain, feed and then put the lid on and throw in the fridge until the next feeding.
     
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    Mine eat everything I feed the plecos! French-style green beans, sweet potato, carrots, persimmon, avocado, beet greens, radish greens, watermelon, spinach... They go for anything I put in the tank.

    (I even tried a small piece of Dorito in a small container that I had a few shrimp in that had gotten sucked out at water change. They ate every last crumb and survived. I got the idea from @VickiK giving one to her oscar a long time ago. :zipped I won't do it again -- just wanted to see if they would eat it. :D)
     
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    That is quite a list. :D
     
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    Whatever I have on hand. I don't go grocery shopping for them or prepare anything special. :whistle They get a lot of variety when I have the veggie garden planted -- soon they will be getting squash and zucchini.
     
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