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 #7342  by Vorteil
 10 May 2019 21:57
Just an update & pics. Tank is doing fantastic. I think any issues I've had in the past are gone. Breeding is consistant and hopefully will be nonstop. I'm curious to see what happens when the rise this summer. I heard others chime in that theirs breeds in the higher heat and my friends tank in Hawaii is doing well and breeding.
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 #7351  by Vorteil
 11 May 2019 00:28
Yes it's fun watchg them all. I don't do anything with this tank other than enjoy it. Curious to see what the summer heat has in store for it.
 #7394  by Vorteil
 17 May 2019 23:01
The babies are getting bigger. As some mature and swim off new ones are there.
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 #7397  by opae ula related
 17 May 2019 23:05
Amazing if you think about. That we can breed them.
 #7399  by Vorteil
 17 May 2019 23:10
The best thing is the care. All I have to do is top off the water. Extremely hardy and the long long lifespan. I think the simpler the tank set is the better off you are. Once conditions are right they do well and breed. "Just set it & forget it"
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 #7410  by odin
 18 May 2019 22:06
Its raining shrimp!
 #7984  by Vorteil
 15 Jul 2019 19:19
Using the Iceprobe chiller since it's been warm in my area. trying to keep the tank around 72 degrees. So far it keeps the tank around 8 degrees cooler. May not look pretty but it's doing the job well.
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 #7988  by opae ula related
 16 Jul 2019 06:23
Just a joke. Looks a satellite dish for the Opae ula to communicate with their family in Hawaii.
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