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Oh, when the berried female releases her eggs you will have an explosion of babies in there. Tank looks great!
Will they hatch all at the same time or can they hatch a day apart? cause I noticed her clutch under her getting smaller but there were some eggs still just not all of them, and some tiniest little babies roaming around.
Also had a question about them molting, does it look like a dead corpse after? Just making sure cause I think one molted already, just thought it was a dead one for a minute.
You can also add cuttlefish bone that you can get at the Pet Stores usually for birds and turtles for added Calcium. Spinach is another source for calcium and I know my shrimps love to chow down on it.
From my experience, the eggs don't usually hatch all at the same time....they can be minutes, hours or days apart from hatching.
The molt looks like an empty shell not a dead corpse.
Woot came home and my little shrimplets were hungry, I dropped a peice of rapashy in the tank within minutes all the little babys were on it I counted 14 so there were more then I thought, oh and a female has eggs so there should be even more soon yayayay!! So cool such a good surprise to come home too, ofc here's some pics.