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if a crs is berried does that mean the eggs are fertalized already?
also once a crs is berried how long does it take for the eggs to hatch?
 

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I don't have experience with CRS. But I imagine it's about the same as with my RCS...

Yes, if the female is berried then she has already mated and the eggs are fertilized. RCS eggs take about a month to hatch.
 

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thanks for the info... i was thinking that there problably the same for both rcs and crs, but can any one verify that?
 

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how long does it take for the new hatchlings to get bigger then a microscopic white dot on the glass? there even smalled then the planaria and worms i had.
 

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is there anything special i should be feeding the babys? or do they just eat the biofilm already in the tank?
 

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i would leave them to whats growing in the tank, as long as you feed some sort of shrimp diet to the adults i'm sure there will be some left overs...
 

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yea the adults all get shrimp food i think by hikari, i was jsut a little curious about the baby's.
really only 2-3 days for them to grow up from being a micro speck on the glass?
 
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