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Old 05-18-2013, 01:02 PM   #1
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cherry shrimp breeding

I have just bought my cherry shrimp when putting bag in tank I noticed one had green eggs and one had yellowish eggs. I need some advice as I am new to cherry shrimp. What is the best way to care for them? Is there anything I should be looking out for?
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How long has your tank been cycled? What else is in the tank? temperature? Do you have moss? What are your exact parameters? Do you have hard or soft water? How many total shrimp do you have?
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My tank has been cycled for around 3weeks. I have a fighting fish with them. My temperature is 24Oc. I have moss and I have a total of 9 shrimp. We have hard water. Thank you for your advice
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Take the fish out if you want to breed the shrimp or the babies will be eaten. I had a betta in one of my shrimp tanks and he would always eat a shrimp when he had the chance even the adults right after they molted
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