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My Breeding Tanks - Shrimps from Portugal


Fábio Silva
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Great channel and videos! I have been watching for quite sometime. 

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omg im jealous..

 

Don't be jealous, improve your breeding tanks. ;)

 

wow, that's awesome!

 

Thank you.

I am a long time subscriber of Fabio's Youtube channel. The other videos' are also very enjoyful. Congrats man it's very clear that you are really serious with shrimp breeding :)

Thank you Eozen81. We should be all serious breeding this amazing creatures, they are more then a passion, they are addicting. :) The best challenge is their dificulty to breed well, for me is the best part of breeding, the challenge. 

 

 

those are nice

 

Thank you.

Nice tank just for black tbs I want that.

 

Thank you

Beautiful!  What a great colony you have!  What are the dimensions of the tank?

 

Thanks Soothing Shrimp. Tank have 35x50x40.

 

Great channel and videos! I have been watching for quite sometime. 

 

Thanks DETA.

 

My channel in on the air since 2008, although I'm breeding shrimps since 2005.

 

For all the interested this is my shrimp blog : www.facebook.com/shrimpscaping 

 

My youtube: www.youtube.com/flashsilva

 

 

Best Regards

Fábio Silva

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Fabio, may I kindly ask how you check so many tank's pH stability, I mean how do you keep track if ADA's pH tampering is done and you need to transfer the shrimps to another tank?

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Sure. pH isn't soo important, only if you have 1 degree of diference or more. I mesure it with my Hanna HI98130 pH/Conductivity/TDS Tester. 

 

Don't have afraid to transfer shrimps, they don't are soo fragile like people think. ;)

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Nice tanks and shrimp you've got! I checked out your video's.

 

I have a question. You have some very crowded tanks, a lot of shrimp in it. When I have this amount of shrimp in my tank, the males kill a lot of females when they are molted. Just too much males for one female and a lot of females end up dead. More and more males survive and things get worse. So nowadays I don't keep too much shrimp in one tank.

 

What is your experience? Or do you feed them a little more maybe? Don't you see this behavior in crowded tanks?

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