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    Yamato

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    Hi......
    i heard that yamato shrimp is not suitable if u r planting raccia . It is true ? Btw, 3/4 of my 2ft tank is planted with raccia on the bottom.
    Where can i get 100 yamatos beside NA ? My tank is almost ready for shrimps.

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    nope. dun think that theory is true. i have yamato shrimps in a tank with lots of riccia b4. no problem at all. btw... shops seldom sell yamato by the 100.. that will cost a lot... think you might be referring to malayans? if so, keong seong and ah pek at Lor Halus has them too.

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    Hi oqs!
    Actually i'm doing 2 set ups for the school.I was thinking putting 50 yamatos each into a 2ft tank of the 2 set up. It is too much? NA yamato pretty big size.[]
    School willing to pay.....so i was thinking i will try to use up the bubget.Can u help me to think any place has 100 yamato? Perfer small size ones..... Thanks !

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    once the algae is all eaten, they will go for yr plants... 50 for a 2ft is way too many.. nevertheless, u can order from Ben at tiong bahru.. think if u getting more, u can ask for a discount

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    When I had riccia with yamatos, as they plucked the algae of the riccia, they dislodged the riccia, spending them to the surface leaf by leaf.
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    I think petmart is a pretty good place to get Yamatos and Malayans.

    Yamatos 20 for $12
    Malayan 100 for $10

    I gots 20 Yamatos a couple of weeks ago and they've done a really good job cleaning up my hairgrass and B.japonica.

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    On 9/17/2002 10:40:30 PM

    When I had riccia with yamatos, as they plucked the algae of the riccia, they dislodged the riccia, spending them to the surface leaf by leaf.
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    Me kenna the same fate before too ...

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    hi I got 10 yamatos abut 1cm plus for $2 at tropical aquarium at Bedok South Blk 56.

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    so cheap! so they're not malayans?
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    On 9/17/2002 10:40:30 PM

    When I had riccia with yamatos, as they plucked the algae of the riccia, they dislodged the riccia, spending them to the surface leaf by leaf.
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    haha. me too! but i think its because i did not tie good enough.

    ken

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