Seed shrimps

It has been a long time these 'shrimps' have invaded my tanks...

But honestly, if they are not causing problems. Why find things or ways to remove them if the shrimps are breeding well and growing healthy? :p

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Its also a sign of good water quality if they're around~ just that too much of them would be and eyesore though

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> Its also a sign of good water quality if they're around~ just that too much of them would be and eyesore though

I have heard about their existence to coincide with good water quality but its also true that they are an eyesore.. But not going to find ways to remove them since shrimps are healthy and ok.. hehe

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Ya,not necessery to take them out,but i usually siphon them while WC,atleast their number are in control~

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wow its amazing you had so many seed shrimps yet your other shrimp is breeding well?....i'm having much hard time figuring out whats wrong with my tank as the breeding seems extremely slow...

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> wow its amazing you had so many seed shrimps yet your other shrimp is breeding well?....i'm having much hard time figuring out whats wrong with my tank as the breeding seems extremely slow...

Seed shrimp's population doesnt seems to be affecting the shrimps breeding.. Anyway, they are called seed shrimps but they are not really a shrimp.. haha...

right now the population of seed shrimps reduced a little due to lesser feeding and more water change weekly...

there is nothing wrong if shrimps are still ok and breeding... just let them breed naturally..

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I have these in my Crs tank I have my first ever batch of babies that are growing well, I also have 2 more berried females. I was really worried about the seed shrimp affecting the babies but had no problems thus far. Just not nice to look at :(

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Yeah.. i am not really bothered by them.. priority is with the shrimps well-being..

> I have these in my Crs tank I have my first ever batch of babies that are growing well, I also have 2 more berried females. I was really worried about the seed shrimp affecting the babies but had no problems thus far. Just not nice to look at :(
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