Is my shrimplet saddled??

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It's hard to tell but the "brown" part looks as if she is.... Hopefully!
Aren't they a little young to be having babies??!
 

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Looks like the start of a saddle to me. I think they are able to start breeding around 3-4 weeks or so.
 

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Aren't they a little young to be having babies??!
Well anythings possible.

My first batch, the female had her babies on 3/6/16. On 5/20/16, babies were born from the batch born on 3/6/16 - so 2 months old and they were already having them.
 

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I can't get the a maybe pregnant mother to get out of the Java moss imageimage
Do you think she is pregnant? My other one is saddled.
 
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