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Old 04-09-2013, 05:20 PM   #1
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Keep feeder shrimp in sump?

Hi, going to leave for over 2 weeks, picky young dwarf lion will only eat ghost shrimp right now. Ordered 60 to get him thru but is it O.K. to keep them in the sump? That many, that long, with food? (75 gal tank, sump seems to be about a 30 gal. tank) Thanks guys
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Remember ghost shrimp are freshwater
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Actually they're adaptable, as far as I know they can go in brackish water, seeing as how that's where they breed, so maybe a short stay in SW won't hurt?
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