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Albino Austrailiensis; heard of it?
Topic Started: Nov 23 2011, 04:31 AM (2,194 Views)
jellymomo
Triops Longicaudatus
Hi anyone heard of Albino Aussies?

some guy sells at about 34USD which is quite expensive..
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Kannachan13
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Triops Australiensis
Never heard of them before. I'd wait until someone else has bred them and starts selling eggs. With the way these things reproduce, it SHOULD be hard to keep the price up for more than a few months. When I first bought triops around a year or so ago, regular albino were around 2-3 times as expensive as regular- I once backed out of an auction on some that reached around $10- and now I've seen them sell at $2-3.
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dadasis
Triops Longicaudatus
jellymomo
Nov 22 2011, 11:31 PM
Hi anyone heard of Albino Aussies?

some guy sells at about 34USD which is quite expensive..

where at? can you post a link?
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jellymomo
Triops Longicaudatus
saw it from a chinese website, i'll post when i find it not sure if its possible to post a chinese link here though
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plla
Egg
Hi!
It is my blog.
I am a breeder from Taiwan.
Please visit my blog http://triops.pixnet.net/blog
I am sorry I only have Chinese vision now.
You can see the photo of Albino Aussies at my blog.
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furrybear789
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Triops Newberryi
wow. it looks so awesome!!
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TRIOPSLOVER
Triops Longicaudatus
WOW!!! :D that is one friggin cool triops australiensis ( albino ) are u breeding them or are u actually selling some? i would definitely like to get my hands on some of those ^_^
Triops :) Gotta love 'em.
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TriopsBeginner
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T. Cancs
They look wikid, i want some, if anyone starts breeding them on here give me a yell, i'd love to buy some if they're available ^^ :D
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LilGreenPuffer
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Okay, my idea.
plla
Feb 21 2012, 03:49 PM
Hi!
It is my blog.
I am a breeder from Taiwan.
Please visit my blog http://triops.pixnet.net/blog
I am sorry I only have Chinese vision now.
You can see the photo of Albino Aussies at my blog.

Neato!
"...Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him or her... Then you will find your doubts and your self melt away." --Gandhi

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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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