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Thread: Sulawesi Shrimps and other fancy Indonesian shrimps

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    Hi

    Pls check for the pics on my HP

    http://www.mimbon.de/indo2007.html

    There are 3-4 other types of waterplants,but I have no scientific names for them

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    Thank for the great link, Roland.
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    read from some place that in indonesia these shrimps cost around 2 Singapore red notes, however in local shores, it costs more than double. Think in the future, the prices of these shrimps will fall.
    Adoketa, Breitbinden, Paciquamis, Diplotaenia, Elizabethae, Mendezi, Inka, Agassizi, L046, L066, Crystal Red Shrimps

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    Go indo and catch, it is free one, why bother to buy, right??
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    yes i will if i have the chance. sightseeing plus one is able to catch shrimps. wonderful.
    Adoketa, Breitbinden, Paciquamis, Diplotaenia, Elizabethae, Mendezi, Inka, Agassizi, L046, L066, Crystal Red Shrimps

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    Hi greetings from Indonesia ,

    I currently keep these species... Caridina cf. spinata


    Soon, I'll get the C. spongicola too.. The price is still quite high for local hobbyst... But, the shrimps usually already sold out in one day.. hehehe...

    and also have the plants that endemic from Malili lake.. Ottelia mesenterium.. But, they're cost me a lot...




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    Looks like you've got all the ingredients. How are the shrimps doing and is it possible to share your water parameters? Thanks.
    Last edited by leeruisheng; 9th Feb 2008 at 18:06.
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    Very nice species. May i ask what are the available species sold in lfs in indonesia?
    Adoketa, Breitbinden, Paciquamis, Diplotaenia, Elizabethae, Mendezi, Inka, Agassizi, L046, L066, Crystal Red Shrimps

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    Here we have named them differently.. But, sorry.. I don't know which name for which species..
    Red Orchid Bee
    Red Line
    Six Banded Black Bee
    Yellow Cheek Bee --> this is Caridina cf. spinata that I already have
    Yellow Nose Bee
    Celebes Beauty Bee --> this is Caridina spongicola that Silane currently have

    I'll update more pics, when I get all of them..

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    Thanks Jeff for the update!

    Are they available abundantly in LFS in your area?

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    Not many... So, make a fast decision.. Do you want them or not... They sold very fast!

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    That's quite expect to be sold out fast.
    Last edited by Quixotic; 12th Feb 2008 at 11:52. Reason: Remove immediate quote
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragn4rok View Post
    Not many... So, make a fast decision.. Do you want them or not... They sold very fast!

    Ya Jeff, I think we are quite keen. How to ship over to Singapore?

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    Hahahaha... Can't send them directly to Singapore lahh.. I think someone should visit Indonesia and buy themself.. I can help you if you want to order them..

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    Caridina cf. spinata will be here in Singapore.
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    Congrats!!!... Any other species that available in SG?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silane View Post
    Caridina cf. spinata will be here in Singapore.
    What is the water parameter requirements for these?
    - Luenny

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    I keep spinata at:

    ph 7.0
    gH 12
    kH 6
    temp 24C --> they say sula shrimps need high temp (around 28C).. but I've tried with this low temp, and they're fine..

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    Are these shrimps suitable for acidic soft water? My tank has ph 6.0, kh 2-3

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    High temp is good for Singapore. ph 7.0 is also ok for me. kH and gH I am not so sure. Thanks for the info. I'll be sure to look out for them.
    - Luenny

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