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  1. With muscular necrosis, it usually starts at the tail. I would definitely keep an eye on it and if gou can isolate it to see , that would be best as it speads. Especially, if the shrimp passes and you don't notice it or, take it out right away and the other ones start eating eat. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  2. Just started a project breeding Cheetah tigers with Hollow eye red ghosts. First batch of babies born. So excited, can't wait to see how the babies come out. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  3. Congrats. Just keep doing what your doing. If you do any water changes, dripping in the water is safest so she doesn't molt and drop the eggs. I usually only do 10% water changes weekly. I would recommened getting powdered shrimp baby food for when the babies are born. The first couple of days, they tend to not move around and eat what's near them. The powdered food is great because it's small particles from them to eat and it goes all over. Which makes it a better chance for the babies to have access to food. I would also recommend bacteria ae. It creates biofilm for all the shrimp, juat make
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