- - Ghost shrimp breeding
|bary trotter ||07-15-2009 09:15 PM |
Ghost shrimp breeding
I JUST GOT HOME WHITH MY NEW FISH ALL LIVEBEARERS AND 4 GHOST SHRIMP ONE HAD SOME EGGS WHAT SHOULD I DO I WANT TO KEEP THEM:lol:.
|Fishin Pole ||07-16-2009 06:07 AM |
depending on what fish you got in the tank with them and how much cover you have (plants, caves, driftwood) they might not make it.............some fish will eat them if given the oppurtunity, so if you want to raise them till they are big enough to survive in the tank with fish, i would setup a small tank for them to hatch and grow out in.....
|bary trotter ||07-16-2009 09:28 AM |
i decided breeding them is not worth it
|FishFreak95 ||07-16-2009 09:49 AM |
breeding them is not so hard. I put a female with eggs in a jar with cycled water and I put some stones in there from an established fish tank and it had tiny ghost shrimp after a while.
|bary trotter ||07-16-2009 07:53 PM |
ok i will do it how long doas it take for them to hatch and what do they eat i have her isolated
|onefish2fish ||07-16-2009 09:34 PM |
i believe baby ghost shrimp only survive in brackish water. im not 100% sure on that though.
|Fishin Pole ||07-17-2009 05:57 AM |
I think you might be thinking of Amano shrimp, onefish............Ghost or Glass shrimp will hatch successfully in freshwater.............Hatching time can be from 2 to 4 weeks, depending on when you noticed them berried up.....
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