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Old 12-06-2018, 12:41 PM   #1
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RCS Tank Culling

Hello,

Its been a minute, but I currently have a pretty sustained RCS tank. Been up and running for about a year. Over the time I have moved some shrimp to different tanks in order to continue their colonization. Recently I moved and am now down to one tank.

I am slightly worried about the tank because I haven't seen any females in about a month. There is still probably about 100 shrimp in the tank. Are they hiding? Could something be causing the m/f ratio to be way off?

Thanks for your insights.
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