marcl Posted March 21 Report Share Posted March 21 I'm finding mixed info online about this. So ive had ghost shrimp for awhile for food and pleasure. They successfully breed with plenty of offspring in freshwater. (Aparrently some debate over breeding in fresh vs salt/brackish) So anyway I bought an assortment pack of neocaridina shrimp a few months back for another tank which they started breeding no problem. I also added some ghost shrimp in there, mostly adult males. Now to the point. I'm assuming they have bred together and now I have what looks like ghost shrimp with some color. From what ive read this shouldn't be possible. Theres only a couple because I have nano fish that eat the young that don't stay hidden. ( but not so much lol) I'll have to get a picture when I locate them in the tank again. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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