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|03-20-2013 08:25 PM|
|Sugardaddy1979||The zoe are super tiny. Doubt they cause an ammonia issue.|
|03-20-2013 08:11 PM|
Originally Posted by Gnomecatcher View Post
|03-20-2013 07:54 PM|
|Bubba Shrimp||The females grow much larger then the males is how you tell sex.|
|03-20-2013 07:28 PM|
I actually think they breed in freshwater, but the larvae can only survive in SW or brackish. Which is why I am afraid that if they do breed, the larvae will hatch and die and there will be a bunch of rotting larvae in my tank unless my betta figures out how to eat them or I remove the female before the eggs hatch.
Thanks for the link, it looks like I do have one female, maybe two. The others are hiding.
|03-20-2013 07:00 PM|
Amano Shrimp can only breed in SW or brackish water. You sex them by the lines on their body, dots or straight lines.
|03-20-2013 06:40 PM|
Amano colors and sexing
I recently got some Amano shrimps, who knew Petco would carry them? As far as I know, Petco and Petsmart are the only LFS that my city has.
One of them has developed a funky color. She (?) is much darker than the others. Is this just her genetics at play, or is there something else? When I got the lot, she had a strange whitish color in her stomach area that has since cleared up (I thought she might have been carrying a disease), and one of her eyes is busted. I call her Mad-Eye Moody.
Also, how do you sex Amanos? They all look...the same. All the sources I read said to sex them like you sex cherries, but I don't notice a big difference in abdomen size at all. I guess I could just wait for them to develop eggs. I was hoping that if they breed, that my betta could eat the larvae, but then again I don't want a bunch of dead Amano babies rotting in my tank.