Thursday, June 2, 2016

Shrimp Spotlight: Japanese Black Pintos

Hello Everyone, 

I hope everyone is doing well during this crazy heatwave we are experiencing. Remember to stay cool and seek effective and efficient cooling methods for tanks during these hot days. 

The weather has been testing the upper 80s and low 90s where I live so I've dust off last year's DIY PC cooling fans and attached them to my tanks. Hot days like these really reminds me just how thankful I am that I spent time and effort into making these very awesome fans last summer!

I devoted some time last weekend to take photos of my Japanese Black Pinto colony. I'm proud to announce that my colony is thriving and doing exceptionally well.  I've even managed to recoup my initial investment a loooong time ago by selling some Pintos locally.

It has been very exciting breeding Pintos these past couple of months because babies are so robust and active and interesting to observe. I wonder if this robustness has anything to do with their Tiger bloodline mixing during their creation process. Pintos are definitely more active and voracious eaters compared my CRS and JRB.

Anyways, please enjoy the photos!

Black Spotted Pinto

Black Zebra Pinto

Black Skunk Pinto

Lovin' that S.H.I.N.E


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