|08-05-2012 06:35 AM|
|ddrfreak_tung||if you turn off your ac, i'd be more worried about yourself lol. the vegas heat i found to be unbearable.|
|07-20-2012 11:59 PM|
|Dave-H||Here in Denver it's hot in the summer (mid 90's most days) and without a chiller it's hard to keep the tanks at 80 degrees. I can definitely tell that the neo shrimp slow down their breeding a lot when it's hot, but they otherwise seem to be ok.|
|07-20-2012 11:57 PM|
|texTical||Yeah i keep mine about the same with the ac on and i set the tanks to about 72-75 and i have had a lot of success with my CRS in terms of breeding etc.|
|07-04-2012 12:00 AM|
I'm not sure how much this will help as it is somewhat general. I have no trouble keeping my 3 tanks at 78F year round, my 8 gal is 76F, it probably could drop another degree or 2 with evaporation. It has Cherry Shrimp in it, they seem to fine. That being said, I'm a total noob when it comes to shrimp.
You are not going to want to ever shut off your A/C anyway- my place is around 78 daytime, 75 night.
Hopefully an experienced shrimp keeper will chime in! Welcome to town!
|07-03-2012 05:55 PM|
The weather in Nevada for shrimps
I will be attending a school in Las Vegas and I was wondering if anyone can tell me the input of the weather. Will I be able to have CRS w/o a chiller?
I know the temp is constantly over 100 degrees in the summer.