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 #7199  by odin
 26 Apr 2019 12:40
Congratulations! Exciting times ahead :)


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 #7437  by pentux
 21 May 2019 10:39
Yes indeed. Havent been seeing the babies around lately (I thought all died) but saw so many teens today. Guess they knew how to hide.

I wish I could adjust the seafan to give me a better view (this photo from the side) but I do not want to disturb them since they love it.

Cant wait for my tank to be imploded with more shrimps.

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 #7440  by odin
 21 May 2019 13:00
You have gotten the hard work done already getting the water and tank perfect for breeding, just keep it how it is now and sit back and enjoy the burst in numbers :)


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 #7451  by pentux
 22 May 2019 04:17
opae ula related wrote:Seaweed surviving?
Seaweed? I put in a plant before but it didnt survive and I had it remove long ago. Not many plants I can find to beautify the tank


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 #8026  by pentux
 19 Jul 2019 05:45
Regretted putting in mts.
They breed like crazy. Bought 5 and seller gave 7. And now I had to scoop out tiny babies on a daily basis to prevent overpopulation.

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 #8027  by odin
 19 Jul 2019 07:07
Yup it’s unfortunate how fast they take over a tank, I learnt my lesson when I kept fresh water shrimp and had these snails over taking my tank.

Try to keep the algae down and that should slow down breeding as they won’t have the food to support them.


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