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shouu last won the day on June 27 2019

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    Cali
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    Breeding Shrimp.
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    crs .rcs amano shrimp

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  1. I also test the KH, Calcium, PH. Ammonia and Nitrate.
  2. RCS struggling to get some algae wafer.
  3. Some a couple months old F4 shrimplets feeding ken’s fish veggie wafer.
  4. Couldn’t tell, they’re fighting or playing.
  5. Some of the F4 larvae about to morph into shrimplets in 10-15 days.
  6. On to another generation F4 larvae. They’re about a week old. :
  7. A number of them turn into shrimplets.
  8. Read the salinity with a hydrometer or refractometer. Added some newly hatch larvae in the tank and vids an unfortunates larvae got snatched and eaten alive by a older larvae.
  9. Added a grow light on 24/7 to keep the water green and feeds the larvae phytoplankton a few times a week. Another videoclip with a larvae swimming forward and about to morph into little shrimp.
  10. So continues on breeding F3.
  11. The count still not high enough to work on F4 next year.
  12. Have to remove saltwater hair algae from the larvae rearing tank, Larvae will not feedings on hair algae, certainly Amano Shrimplets will.
  13. Testing the larvae vigor by way of a spot light high above the tank bottom at four inches and see how they swim to the light, so far they are in good shape. Can’t kept them in mid water and the go hunger as over filter the water filter all the phytoplankton floating in the water. Turn off the lights some of the time and they will settle on the tank surface to get their nourishment.
  14. RO to adjust the salinity. Weekly 10 to 15% water change to keep ammonia under control.
  15. The tank is seeded with live Nanochloropsus (Japanese Chlorella) phytoplankton. Larvae feeding on algae in the tank and I move the spot light around different parts of the tank, so they won’t pick clear on one area. Light on most of the time, sometimes off. Very careful not over feed them.
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