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|11-22-2012 04:33 AM|
|NYREPS||Just leave her alone ain't nothing gonna happen ,she will only drop her eggs if the water ain't right|
|11-22-2012 03:31 AM|
Scoop the beta out.
If you really really have to move the berried shrimp, wait for a week or two after it got berried, especially if this is her first clutch. Berried shrimps tend to hide more than usual, in a heavily planted tank, it won't be easy and stress level will be too high.
|11-22-2012 03:03 AM|
|PortalMasteryRy||I've decided to transfer her but should I wait until the eggs get further along in the gestation period? How long is the gestation period anyways? I think she is 2-3 weeks in.|
|11-22-2012 12:42 AM|
I would try and scoop her up into a small cup or something and move her that way so she doesn't ever leave water.
I know how much my shrimp hate the net and being out of the water. Flipping around wildly and trying to jump out.
|11-21-2012 11:43 PM|
|Hmoobthor||just be gently with her...or else she will drop eggs!|
|11-21-2012 11:33 PM|
|iris||Yeah, I'm wondering the same thing. Sometimes my shrimp get so spooked that I'd be afraid to risk the chance of a mom dropping her eggs out of stress. Is it a just a quick net and dump (well, place gently as possible) process?|
|11-21-2012 10:27 PM|
Berried RCS - Can I move it?
I finally have a berried RCS. I just saw her yesterday and she had a clutch of maybe 30+ eggs. I have a breeder box ready with just 1 juvenile SAE and some tadpole snails. The Breeder box is heavily planted and I was wondering if it is ok to move her. I plan to move the SAE to the main tank.
My main tank is 10 gallon heavily planted tank. Hiding places does not seem to be an issue but I do have a female betta in there which I know will get into every spot she can fit in to find food.
If moving here is an option for me then what is the best way of doing it?