matt68 Posted September 14, 2015 Report Share Posted September 14, 2015 So, I made the mistake of ordering shrimp before my tank was completely cycled. To make a short story even shorter, they arrived and my tank wasn't ready for them. Without any other choice, I decided to drop the blue bolts into my RCS tank temporarily where the pH is approximately 7.4. To my surprise, one of the blue bolts was berried and has now given birth when I noticed some white and blue shrimplets on the tank glass. I don't think it will be much longer for the cycle to complete until I can try to find them and move them over. Now, I'm wondering whether there will be any issues with them short term and long term (both the adult BB and shrimplets). And, hypothetically, for the shrimplets I happen to miss and don't switch over to the new tank in time, whether they'll actually live and grow in this high pH tank. Thanks Edwardnah 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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