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Old 11-02-2015, 06:05 PM   #1
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Hatchery upgrade

Hey so I was on carboot sale this sunday and I saw this I think10l tank for £2, so I brought it and replaced my old 5l hatchery, on that day I also did some egg transfers, from breeder also from bamboo in jar filled with water. (that I have removed due to being it too large) and found 12 fry. Anyway got some whiteclouds in there as well.

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I also found that my cherry shrimp female have turned from transparent which she was yesterday to reddish ? Maybe due to being in glass tank?

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Old 11-03-2015, 04:54 AM   #2
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Most shrimp darken to try to blend in with their environment, which is why you'll see shrimp tanks with dark substrate. Totally normal!


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Most shrimp darken to try to blend in with their environment, which is why you'll see shrimp tanks with dark substrate. Totally normal!


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Cool didn't knew that, as I haven't done any research toward shrimps, I just saw few at my LFS which was rare coincidence so I brought 6 for my hatchery tank and since then know of at least 3 egg batches that they have produced, maybe even more


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