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Nice finds! If you have or can save off the pics in a picture format (instead of word) you can upload them like the ones you have been seeing. If you click on the Go Advanced button (below) and look just under the text entry block, you will see a button labeled Manage Attachments. Click it and you will open a new window that will let you browse your own computer for up to four pictures to up load to the forum entry.
thanks! It is a canon eos rebel XT with a tamron 18-250mm lense. I also have a UV filter and polarizer filter on it. I think i may have used a +10 macro filter for the ricordea shot (that is why it is blury)
Thales nice harlequins! what are you shooting with?
If you have the capacity to keep a few stars in the tank the shrimp may jump back and forth feeding on different stars giving the others time to heal. In a large enough tank you can have an unlimited food source...in theory at least haha!