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Old 10-07-2012, 03:17 AM   #12
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My temp is 82F, pH 8.0-8.2, TDS is 270.
They have been there for a while and doing fine, but for some reason they disappeared one by one, until only 1 berried female left. Then she gave birth to 3-4 babies.

Clarify, it's Sulawesi cardinal, not Caridinal

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Increase your pH to 7.5 or so (do it gradually). Also they like hotter temperatures versus other dwarf shrimp, low 80s. They seem to be able to handle a wide variety of kH and gH, but I think in the lake they come from they are relatively low actually, below 4 for both. If you improve your condition baby survival should go up quite a bit. With all the problems I've heard about keeping Sulawes I am surprised they are doing as well as they are in your conditions.
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