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Shrimp baby? With only one shrimp?!?
Hey everyone! I have one Japanese Amano Shrimp.
Thats right. One.
And i have had it for months since maybe December when i first came back to the hobby.
As i was cleaning out my Guppy tank where the Japanese Amano Shrimp resides, it scurried past me.
I was taken aback and I look and looked again. And there it is. A tiny little look alike.
Anyone have any idea what may have happened?
Since I've posted I havent seen it again. Oh well i guess O.o!
Maybe it molded or it was a reflection.
Try having a pair it will surely breed but I think red cherry is easier to breed.
Considering the eggs only hatch in brackish water I doubt that's what happened.
Had you bought any new plants over the last month or so? I don't know if those lay eggs or have live young, but I've had critter eggs hitch rides in on plants before. =) I ended up over-run with snails that way, and a few cories...which got eated before I could get them in a net. v.v;
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