Thne Posted June 2, 2021 Report Share Posted June 2, 2021 I've been alternating feeding 4 Crystal and 2 Amano Shrimp every 2 to 3 days, giving them a few shrimp pellets, but their tank recently has grown a lot of Algae between cleanings. I cleaned the Algae today (the tank was very green after only 6 days of not cleaning), leaving some on the rocks in the tank for the shrimp to eat. I'm considering feeding them less, as I think they might not be eating the algae on the hard surfaces, or the moss in the tank, and that I may be overfeeding. I've attached a few pictures of algae on the rocks and moss, and was wondering if this looks enough to leave the shrimp more days between feedings than i have been doing? Thanks for any advice, it's a small 20L tank that's been settled with shrimp in for around 8 months. I recently had a berried Red Crystal have babies, and then subsequently have them all die in the tank, and after research i think it might have been from overfeeding or heat fluctuations that the babies couldn't survive, but the adults were used to. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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