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Neocaridina var yellow


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I keep those srhimps.

I loose them in them past 3 times, they get older and dont give a birth.

Before 3 months or more, in the tanks was only 5 shrimps and all male.

I get from a friend 3 female shrimps , and get a lot of babies.

Now i moved them to a biger tank, and i mearure around 180 big shrimps, no babies, no sandles no eggs...

What wrong with those shrimps?

Previous tank was 25lt , now its 35 liters.

Water parameters.

gh 6 kh 4 ph 6.8-7.0 and a lot of plants.

I keep crs, cardinals denerli, snowball, rcs. and orange neocaridina.

I dont have any problem like this one other tanks, and same water parameters tank as orange and snowballs.

Orange and snowballs are a lot 300-500 shrimp and females have eggs.

So what are your water parameters with yellow shrimps?

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When i lose them it was in the same tank same water and ph, after adding 3 females i get the number i have now 170-180 shrimps.

But they stop again ..

The ph is the same in all my neo tanks.

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I have kept almost every color morph of neos, CRS, TB's, tigers.... all very successfully, except for yellows. I never have any luck with yellows, they are my kryptonite.

Haha , something wrong is hapening with them... :)

I thing its genetic?

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Yellows can be one of the most sensitive neos, depending on your strain.

 

Are you using ro?  The reason why I ask, is that here in the US it is the season for tap water to put in all kinds of chemicals such as chlorimines, etc. I don't know how the rest of the world tap works.

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Yellows can be one of the most sensitive neos, depending on your strain.

 

Are you using ro?  The reason why I ask, is that here in the US it is the season for tap water to put in all kinds of chemicals such as chlorimines, etc. I don't know how the rest of the world tap works.

Yes i use ro mix whith tap water.

Why its so sensitive i cant understand...

Its neocaridina shrimp.

All the time i loose them , its because after population raise, shrimps  stop breeding, and population get older.

 

Also,moving from one environment to another can stress them and cause the berries to stop for awhile.

 

Now i move them to just a litle biger tank for the reason in the previous tank there was not berries..

Maybe i try to adjust a litle the temp, now its 23c.

 

Maybe i start and another small tank to try with lower population to see what happen.

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