Shrimpscales Posted November 23, 2014 Report Share Posted November 23, 2014 I first noticed it with my blue velvet shrimp. As time went on they were not growing as large as they used to. At first i thought it had something to do with the fact that the tank and colony was just very old but i have been keeping mischling shrimp in this same tank and they grow normally. Now i have noticed the same problem with my carbon rili. These shrimp are in a tank about six months old with my blue tigers.They are breeding like crazy but do not grow as big as they should. I dont really have any of the large females a normal colony should. I increased my feeding amount as well as food variety with no results. What else could it be? Tank 1 Blue velvet and mischling PH 6.7 TDS 180 Temp 72 Kh 0 Tank 2 Carbon rili and blue tigers Ph 7.2 TDS 220 Temp 72 Kh 1 Both tanks are over filtered and heavily planted with no ammonia or nitrates Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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