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11-21-2012 10:46 PM
iris I bought a pair of ghost shrimp for fun when I first started my tank. One came berried so I was even more excited -the green eggs just looked so cool! Anyway, the eggs hatched and both shrimps died shortly after. Fast forward a month and I found one lone ghost! It is now a 'teenager' and the odd one out amongst my RCS/PFRs.
11-19-2012 04:01 AM
Neatfish Here is a quick pic of some of the shrimp. I'm pretty sure I saw a small shrimp walking around he might of been in here a few weeks already but I never did see it and I know he is new because the others are very big already. I don't know where that snail came from but it's been in here a while now.

11-11-2012 09:29 PM
dougolasjr With freshwater ghost/glass shrimp the babies start off as free floating not miniture adults. I doubt they would be very good at hiding. I could be wrong tho.

11-11-2012 09:21 PM
Neatfish I have a moss they can hide in already.
11-11-2012 03:42 PM
inthepacific ive seen shrimp breed well with tetras and smaller fish but people say they might eat the babies. so id suggest getting a good moss cover for the babies to nest in
11-11-2012 02:30 PM
Bandit1200
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Originally Posted by dougolasjr View Post
If you have fish with them I doubt any will make it.

This is probably what will happen, but I have mine in a tank full of Endlers and there's always some juvies that make it. I also have a lot of moss growing in there so I'm sure that's the reason they can't all get picked off.
11-11-2012 07:50 AM
dougolasjr If you have fish with them I doubt any will make it.
11-11-2012 02:09 AM
Neatfish Shrimp has eggs again. Hopefully they will make it this time around.
10-20-2012 11:05 PM
Neatfish Made my own sponge filter since I could not find one. What you think about this?





10-18-2012 09:02 PM
Bandit1200 Where in TX are you Neatfish?
10-18-2012 08:41 PM
shloken38 I hardly notice mine.....got them in black!!
10-18-2012 06:39 PM
pejerrey
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Why can't you throw a nylon stocking over the intake? That's what I do and it works fine.
Because its ugly! Lol!
10-18-2012 06:16 PM
shloken38 Easier to find and even cheaper still (not that the sponge filter is expensive). Keeps the filter cleaner too.
10-18-2012 06:15 PM
Neatfish That's a good idea.
10-18-2012 06:12 PM
dougolasjr
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Why can't you throw a nylon stocking over the intake? That's what I do and it works fine.
This would probably work.
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