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Old 16-07-2003, 05:10 AM
Victor M. Martinez
 
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Default My singapore shrimp is gravid!

I just noticed one of my singapore (wood) shrimps is carrying eggs!!! This
is so cool!!! It's unlikely any of the fry (are shrimp babies called fry?
nauplii?) would survive in the large tank and the small tank most probably
doesn't have the food supply to support the shrimp. What to do???

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Old 17-07-2003, 12:24 AM
Victor M. Martinez
 
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Default My singapore shrimp is gravid!

LeighMo wrote:
I would just leave her. If your tank is heavily planted, some of the babies
will likely survive. Other people have reported their wood shrimp have bred in


It's relatively heavily planted... I'll stop prunning for a few weeks, or
I'll replant more than I throw away.

a planted community tanks, and many babies survived. If your tank isn't
heavily planted, add lots of java moss, so the babies have some place to hide.


We'll see, I have yoyo loaches in that tank. Those little vacuum cleaners never
stop looking for food.
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