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Re: Shrimp imps
> Shrimp imps is a term which I first recalled seeing in the early 70's
(Daleco sold starter cultures of them) - they are freshwater amphipods (in
North America, usually gammarus sp. or Hyalella sp.),
> and a very good killie food (can never get a large enough culture going to
feed as many or as often as the fish would like). Adults are about 1/4",
and the shrimp are omnivorous.
Thank you Jerry, I was really curious as to what they are/were. You brought
back memories of those two inch ads in the old Reader's Digest sized TFHs.
And sea monkeys of course, are just a bunch of bs. ;)
All the best!
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