thecollector wrote:odin wrote: ↑11 Apr 2018 22:10 The problem is a lot of these company's don't really care much for the shrimp or you once they have left their warehouse which is a shame, its the main reason why i setup this forum (to help keepers and to help with after sales if needed).Yep.
Which is why I'm recommending you.
You wouldn't believe how I got the "they who will not be named" to respond, but still ignored my problem.
It's a shame as the shrimp that survived are huge and really active.
Might be because, the water I put them in is a lot better than what they came in. I have a feeling that what they were transported in, was also what they were living in for a long time. As the chunk of poly-filter was really yellow when I got them. I have a feeling that they are wild caught as well.
You may be correct with them being wild caught, I saw some information made by a user of another forum who spoke to a pretty big UK fish and shrimp importer about importing some of these shrimp back several years ago and they were told that evivo had an exclusivity contract setup with Hawaii to be to sole importers or them.. now I don’t know if that still stands or was correct but that makes sense.
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