well it all depends, how much do they eat? lol most of the weight are body fat and some in food weight
With such miniscule amounts of food constantly eaten and being passed through, all we're looking for is a weight of the entire shrimp. Each shrimp will weigh a little more or less, as well as have more or less food in the system, water weight if feeling bloated, etc.
easy to figure. Hold one in your hand and get on the scale, record the weight. Now, get on the scale without the shrimp and record the weight. Subtract the second weight from the first and the diference is the weight of the shrimp. Note, weigh the shrimp before feeding to get an accurate weight.
If you have a scale that accurate, you might as well just put the shrimp on the scale by itself and call it a day.
It's simple : get a tank fill it up with RO water :P
what you will change until is at the desired gH/TDS....
measure it.... put a shrimp at the time inside ..... measure it :P
Some math and you will get the real weight of a shrimp
.... continue this for all of them....
and make average count
and you get that number you want :P ...or such..... LOL!!!
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Last edited by sapphoqueen; 03-03-2013 at 04:56 PM.
Reason: philosophy :P