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Old 12-06-2012, 03:51 PM   #21
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Ok more tigers:
This one is yellow/tangerine tigers:

Not sure the same species as tiger or not.
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Old 12-06-2012, 03:53 PM   #22
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Ok more tigers:
This one is yellow/tangerine tigers:

Not sure the same species as tiger or not.
Piangz... you dunno who know? But I prefer those bluish one than orangish one.
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Old 12-06-2012, 04:24 PM   #23
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Old 12-06-2012, 04:37 PM   #24
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i like the 1st piece..swee
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Old 12-06-2012, 05:16 PM   #26
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Hi Bro Silane,

May I know your water perimeter for tiger shrimp? I'm keeping normal tigers and my GH is 5. Seems to be very ok for them. Advisable if I want to add higher grade shrimps like black or blue tigers in the same tank? I heard they require higher ph and GH.
Your advise highly appreciated. Thanks!
Water parameter is not that critical if water quality is good, they can adapt to changes with certain range. Most tiger adapt well without color lost except OE blue tigers their color may recover after 2 weeks or so. My parameters are:

pH : 6.3 to 6.8
gH : 2 to 4
kH : dont care
TDS : 150ppm (100 to 200ppm is ok)
temperature : set aircon at 24C

Generally, I dont really care about water parameter, as I know my setup will fall within the range and just tune the TDS to about 150ppm. Strains I am keeping are: OE black tigers, OE blue tigers, Royal Blue Tiger, Super Tigers and Yellow Tiger.

Normal tiger pH and GH in nature is low. Especially blue tigers were kept in higher pH like mild alkaline in Europe. In asia, they are kept in acidic range like 6.X.

Choosing the right soil for tiger is very important, having pH and GH keep along in range is not good enough. Tiger cannot do well in organic rich water, organic richness cannot be measured by pH, GH or other parameter.
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Old 12-06-2012, 05:36 PM   #27
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Basket. I also wanna add some tiger and bee into my tank leh. But nowadays like hard to find liao.
Yah, flooded with neocaridina now. But I got some chocolate and I'm loving it
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Old 12-06-2012, 05:39 PM   #28
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Ok more tigers:
This one is yellow/tangerine tigers:

Not sure the same species as tiger or not.
I love this colour!!!

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Water parameter is not that critical if water quality is good, they can adapt to changes with certain range. Most tiger adapt well without color lost except OE blue tigers their color may recover after 2 weeks or so. My parameters are:

pH : 6.3 to 6.8
gH : 2 to 4
kH : dont care
TDS : 150ppm (100 to 200ppm is ok)
temperature : set aircon at 24C

Generally, I dont really care about water parameter, as I know my setup will fall within the range and just tune the TDS to about 150ppm. Strains I am keeping are: OE black tigers, OE blue tigers, Royal Blue Tiger, Super Tigers and Yellow Tiger.

Normal tiger pH and GH in nature is low. Especially blue tigers were kept in higher pH like mild alkaline in Europe. In asia, they are kept in acidic range like 6.X.

Choosing the right soil for tiger is very important, having pH and GH keep along in range is not good enough. Tiger cannot do well in organic rich water, organic richness cannot be measured by pH, GH or other parameter.
Thanks
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Yah, flooded with neocaridina now. But I got some chocolate and I'm loving it
I got these in my cherry tank.
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I got these in my cherry tank.
Wah bro, this one looks like brown frog colour! From your spawn?
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