Green shrimp plant is an Extremely common weed here in Southeast Florida, at least in Palm Beach and Broward counties. You’ve probably been mowing it. I was before I figured out what it was. Then I preserved several areas of it in my yard, and weeded the grass (shh, don’t tell my husband!), but the Malachite Butterflies never came. I’ve heard that they like rotten fruit and wooded areas, but can’t confirm that since I’ve never seen one in person (yet). Finding one is on my very long list of things to do.
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Glass Shrimp Catcher (Blog Spot #4)
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John at http://www.aquariumplantfood.co.uk sent me this Glass Shrimp Catcher to check out.
It does the job really well and has some great benefits over the netting method. Reduced stress and risk of injury as the shrimp cant see the glass shrimp catcher coming, easy and safe transfer to a bag or another tank as the shrimp is never out of water and a nice long handle so you never get your hands wet.
they are priced at £15.99 on his website, you can find the direct link here:
A very handy piece of kit to have around especially if you are into shrimp keeping
In my last video i asked how many times i said the word “Ermm”, the answer was 28 so a special shoutout goes to MrHoney2U AND MrRvbrown
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