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post #221 of 264 (permalink) Old 02-06-2013, 05:16 PM Thread Starter
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oO if snails escape and shrimps jump... then something's very wrong with the water.
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oO if snails escape and shrimps jump... then something's very wrong with the water.
ok, no lid it shall be = D
i was worried that it will land on my face while i am sleeping cos i plan on having it in the bedroom.

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ok, no lid it shall be = D
i was worried that it will land on my face while i am sleeping cos i plan on having it in the bedroom.
it might ;) it might be better to put a lid on it them ;) I once found my amano (who decided to take a hike) dried up in my bedroom floor. glad I didn't step on it!
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it might ;) it might be better to put a lid on it them ;) I once found my amano (who decided to take a hike) dried up in my bedroom floor. glad I didn't step on it!
haha i am loving my amano, they are VERY HARDY in my cycling tank, and 1 more molted this week. then my snail grew one more "spiral" which is about 1/4" increase in diameter =D

at this time, I am shopping for plants : java moss, annubias, and hygrophilia....

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Amano's are awesome :D My fattest Amano turned out to be female...she has eggs! Since they originate from Japan I've named her Hiyokuna, meaning "fertile". Here's a blurry pic and a clearer short video of her fanning her eggs and eating a blood worm.

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OOOOHHH!!!!! Congrats!
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oooh very nice! congrats :D
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oooooo congrats!!!! [air hugs]

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Thanks all! I don't have the proper stuff to raise the babies though :(
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post #230 of 264 (permalink) Old 02-09-2013, 05:29 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks all! I don't have the proper stuff to raise the babies though :(
it's ok :) it's just amazing to see a berried amano XD
they need brackish to raise their young anyway...
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