Photo #1 - Shrimp Paradise:) - Red Bee And Red Cherry Shrimp...

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Submitted By: Josh Gordner on
Photo Caption: Shrimp paradise:)
72 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Shrimp paradise:)

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: This is my shrimp tank. Several red cherry and red bee shrimp.
Advice: change water often.....
Fish Kept: Red bee and red cherry shrimp.
Corals/Plants: Too many to list.
Tank Size: 72 gallons

COMMENTS

Gorgeous aquarium! I agree w/the other comments though--a little school of fish would be very, very happy in there! fish avatar
AMAZING TANK!, I have a 4 ft planted 115 gal setup and cycling, i was hoping you could give me some tips and advice, i have 2 globes, they are HO t5's, one is a power glo by hagen, and the other is a 54w something or other, i dont have co2, i am just using flourish and flourish excel, but i am seeing a little but of stringy "Dust" on some of the plants, is this normal? Also a couple of my amazon swords leaves are going a little clear, is this an iron deficiency? (p.s i havent got the flourish yet, i am just using excel till i can find some at the stores near me). Sorry bout the long comment, lol. fish avatar
Top ten material for sure..If you are able to keep plants that beautiful, then you are a great aquarist..Too bad there are no fish in that paradise..Congratulations.. fish avatar
Wow, first look and I thought saw a marine tank. Real good colour contrast and depth illusion created. Patients you got. fish avatar
dude thats awesome lookin, u should put some other fish in it though fish avatar

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