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Sucessfully breeding and raising shrimp?

Discussion in 'Marine Invertebrates' started by TL1000RSquid, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. TL1000RSquid

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    I've done freshwater shrimp but always been ones that had no larval stage. Previously I've had berried up cleaner and sexy shrimp, and just let natures do its thing no offspring ever lived. Now it looks like one of my sexy shrimps is berried again, would it be possible to put her in a 10g tank by herself until she releases them and have any of them live or should i just forget the whole idea?
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    A possible problem is the young will need micro-organisms to eat. If you can, or are willing, to deal with that, it could be a fascinating project.
    Good luck.

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