I Got Eggs!

Discussion in 'Ghost Shrimp' started by Brenden, Aug 22, 2019.

  1. Brenden

    BrendenValued MemberMember

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    Okay, so I'm extremely happy.

    In all my time keeping Ghost Shrimp I have never had one become pregnant. No clue why but they always avoided each other.

    Anyways, I was checking on my females cause I just fed the tank and I look at one of my larger ones...and she is littered with eggs :)

    I just felt like I had to share this because I'm so excited. That means they're healthy, they're breeding, and I can stop worrying so much...​
     
  2. richie.p

    richie.pFishlore VIPMember

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    Congratulations Remember if you want the young to survive you'll have to move her
     
  3. pongoandfriends22

    pongoandfriends22Valued MemberMember

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    Congrats!!! I'd still monitor the female but make sure that you are providing the baby shrimp with several hiding places so that they don't get eaten.:)
     
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    Brenden

    BrendenValued MemberMember

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    Of course!

    Thank you
     
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