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Beauty of Wild BTAs

NanoCrazed

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As some of you know, I love shrooms and BTAs. After losing my BTA collection (sigh... which included practically every high-end variant) due to a bunch of unfortunate events due to excessive travel, I am starting to rebuild my collection.

Since most have an idea (or can google) what a standard high end nem would look like, I thought you might like to see some unique wilds I've collected recently.

This was part of my old collection :(:

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Here are some of my favorite recent acquisitions:

Green tips (also some pink and yellow/orange)...
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Green speckles through tips/bubbles (hard to see in pic) and super bright:
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Yellow and green bubbles with purple tips...and beautiful foot:
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Similar to the green/ yellow one but with white dusting through out and consistent yellow and purple tips:
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Beautiful marbling in this foot:
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MarAquatic

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They are awesome I have dibs on the green and yellow when my Golden State Sunset splits I'll trade you


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NanoCrazed

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They are awesome I have dibs on the green and yellow when my Golden State Sunset splits I'll trade you


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Haven't heard of a Golden State Sunset... (though, i vaguely recall something like that on one of the groups... maybe it was "California Sunset")... Is that orange with green tips?
 

NanoCrazed

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Better shot with no filters... you can see the green flecks (more prominent in the lower right corner of pic). love seeing this detail, personally...

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NanoCrazed

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So I've been busy...busy getting broke that is.

A few more unique ones...

I call this one snow white (no, not bleached.. just over whelmedwith snow)...
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Than there's this interesting one... green with purple tips vs the purple passion /dpv variety that's purple with green tips

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NanoCrazed

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That's a nice nem. How do you ensure survival of a wild specimen. Cipro?

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Yep. May be controversial about proactive cipro use without a symptom. But, after enough losses and many wild nems later, proactive cipro treatment to me helps stave off diseases coming in from the wild and perhaps normalizes the bacteria inside the nems...

I noticed faster healing and better responses by the nems once placed in my tanks
 

NanoCrazed

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Beautiful nems, and impressive pics. Looks like you need a few more nano tanks :)
have lots of nano tanks lying around... just not enough space to put them all out. literally have turned my home office into a mini LFS. hah
 
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