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Agreed......can't start a picture thread without pictures.....so I guess I will start a thread of pictures of shrimp with their eggs...:icon_cool


Berried Tiger Shrimp


Berried RCS
 

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Yesterday at my LFS i saw several egg bearing amano shrimp and there were HUGE!!! I have never seen amano that big. They were about 1.5" - 2"
 

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My Amano shrimp is a lot bigger than my adult male guppies. They are such beautiful shrimp.

Awesome looking berried Tigers! I can't wait until I get mine!

How about instead of an image....a video of a RCS with eggs! This was my second female to have eggs. Sadly she died soon after the eggs hatched but her daughters are now carrying eggs as well.

 

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Do crayfish count? The beginning thread didn't specify. ;)


My girlfriend's blueish cajun dwarf crayfish (Cambarellus shufeldtii) carrying eggs when she bought her about a month ago. She's successfully given birth since then and is berried again. :)

 

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Here's the best I can do with my crap camera. LOL

This is one of many carrying yellow eggs:


Here are 2 Cherries; one carrying yellow eggs, the other green:


Now I'm just waiting on my Bees to start egging up! :biggrin:
 

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well, although there's a pregnant CRS photo here, thought i'd still contribute mine...



and here's an animated gif of a pregnant CRS pushing her eggs into a pile (so it seems - i took it while she was still making eggs)

 

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Here's a lowly little ghost shrimp in my daughter's 6 gallon, there is one more female in there with eggs too. Our LFS in town only carries these guys, seems Cherries would sell better, but I can't convince the head fish guy to order them. :(


 

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Berried RCS (my first):

 
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