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Baby Ghost Shrimp . . .

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Old November 18th 03, 02:11 AM
^*^ Vosklady ^*^
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Default Baby Ghost Shrimp . . .

Hi All . . .

After waiting and waiting for my Ghost Shrimp to reproduce successfully,
it's finally happened! Today while watching/inspecting the tank, I noticed a
baby ghost shrimp in the java moss . . . then I saw another close by in the
moss! I wonder how many babies "total" there are. From what I see, they are
big enough to look like "mini" versions of the adults . .. which makes me
wonder just how long they've been in the tank.

Since the babies are now at the point where they look like "mini" adults,
does this mean they can eat the same things as well? Is there anything
"special" I should be feeding them?

As always, any and all help/insight/tips is appreciated.


~*~ Vosklady ~*~


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