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Old 06-10-2014, 05:03 PM   #1
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Shrimp pregnant?!?

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What do I do?!?
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Old 06-10-2014, 05:10 PM   #2
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Depends, do you want babies? What kind of filter do you have? What are the tank mates?
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Depends, do you want babies? What kind of filter do you have? What are the tank mates?

Sure I guess and I have a aqueon quite one for a 20 gallon tank, I have 6 neon tetras and 3 zebra danios
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Is that the only shrimp? Did you buy it like that? If it's an only shrimp and you didn't buy it like that there is a good chance nothing will come of those little green eggs. I have three adult female ghosties and they also get those eggs but since there is no male to fertilize them the shrimp just eat them, I watched her take them out of little legs and eat.
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Is that the only shrimp? Did you buy it like that? If it's an only shrimp and you didn't buy it like that there is a good chance nothing will come of those little green eggs. I have three adult female ghosties and they also get those eggs but since there is no male to fertilize them the shrimp just eat them, I watched her take them out of little legs and eat.

I bought it like it
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My Amano shrimp has looked like that for 4 months.. nothing has happened

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