08-30-2010, 12:53 PM
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Originally Posted by ejcapulet
My males are way too scared of that biggest female to nip, she's always been the Queen and no one messes with her, even Renoir leaves her alone. However, I do see a possible (yet icky) way out. I looked it up and danios scatter their eggs over the substrate the eggs are non-adhesive and tend to get eaten unless they are protected by marbles. I don't have any marbles and Renoir has a taste for caviar. Problem solved. I think if your danios are going to lay eggs, your ghost shrimp will probably eat the eggs first chance they get (I had one that would eat literally anything he could get in his mandibles, then he made the mistake of taking on a giant goldfish and I ended up picking him out of the filter in bits).
=S too fearless for his own good poor guy. i have java moss in the tank. it's used as a rcs nursery =) i do have baby shrimp in the tank so i'm thinking my java moss has done it's job fairly well protecting the little buggers so far. hopefully my danios will learn from them. amazing right i got predators in there and the baby shrimps are still alive