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Queensland triops; Australian Queensland triops
Topic Started: Sep 8 2011, 11:26 PM (1,842 Views)
dadasis
Triops Longicaudatus
Got these a couple years ago and just hatched them, very nice triops. Not much different than the ones sold by billabong bugs, except for coloration. The billabong bugs type have a more silvery coloration.

Don

http://s15.photobucket.com/albums/a388/dadasis/Queensland/

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LilGreenPuffer
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Okay, my idea.
I just got some eggs from Huub. Hopefully I'll be hatching some soon too!
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Have: T. longicaudatus (regular*, Black Beauty*, gonochoric), T. granarius*, T. canciformis (regular, red/albino/Japanese, Bavarian), T. australiensis (regular, green, silver/Queensland), T. newberryi*, T. mauritanicus, clam shrimp, fairy shrimp (red-tailed, spiny-tailed), seed shrimp
(* = successfully hatched and raised to adulthood)
Want: T. canciformis simplex (those blue ones), T. canciformis green type, Lepidurus, giant T. granarius (so-called T. numidicus), beaver-tailed fairy shrimp
For sale: nothing ATM
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TCans
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T cancriformis
dadasis
Sep 8 2011, 06:26 PM
Got these a couple years ago and just hatched them, very nice triops. Not much different than the ones sold by billabong bugs, except for coloration. The billabong bugs type have a more silvery coloration.

Don

http://s15.photobucket.com/albums/a388/dadasis/Queensland/

You know anywere at all that i can get blue simplex cancformis? Thanks ive been looking for so long and im sure that someone has some.
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thabest1
Triops Australiensis Queensland
LilGreenPuffer
Sep 8 2011, 07:13 PM
I just got some eggs from Huub. Hopefully I'll be hatching some soon too!

i wouldn't mind some Queensland triops australiensis, considering that's exactly where i'm from haha :lol:
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