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When doing a shrimp count, I noticed 4 of my rcs are berried! At this point what should I do? The temp is at 72-74, should I raise or? Not feed as much?

 

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Don't change a thing, is what I say!

Congrats!

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You may want to separate if they are cohabiting with fish, otherwise leave them be a prepare to be a shrimp grandma/pa. Congrats
 

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I agree. Don't do anything. The babies will be just fine. The hard part will be trying to find them. I can never find the little buggers. My wife always spots them but I tell her she is hallucinating. Lol. As long as they have places to hide they'll be just fine.
 

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Kk. The shrimps only cohabit with some mts. Very excited to spot the first new born although It will be hard for me to find them
 

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WOO HOO! I just noticed some babies in the java moss, Man they are tiny that's for sure. I wish I could take a pic of them but my iphone camera sucks
 

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I've only had the shrimps for a little over a month :) glad to see babies popping out already
 

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Can you spot the baby?


Also just noticed another shrimp is berried :), her eggs are an olive green color? The ones on the other shrimp are yellow, This is also one of my largest shrimp

 
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