Another retrospective journal. Begining of January I bought this 5l spherical jar in Tesco for experiments so I put a bit of amazonia soil and some white sand of top, put some spare plants, and one pregnant Neocaridina davidi, and few small pond snail from other tanks. I put this jar on a window with direct sun light. No heater, no filtration, no feeding. 50% water changes once in 1-2 weeks. after couple of weeks I sow little shriplets. And they seems to feel fince -were very active in contrast with mother shrimp. Night water temperature dropped till 15C. day time without sunshine 18-19C. At sunny day it was as high as 35C! in few weeks shrimplets become quite bigger: [DOUBLEPOST=1398944201][/DOUBLEPOST]Some plants were not really growing in such conditions, but ludvigia repens grows a lot and almost filled the jar which I did not like. So I decided to restart this jar. All shrimps went to newly flooded http://www.ukaps.org/forum/threads/stonehenge-55l.32836/ 55l Stonehenge. And I did about 2 weeks dry start for HC Cuba and some other small plants. I put another pregnant shrimp there, and later added big sea snail shell.