Thanks Tom, the eggs will hatch and babies survive if temp is kept below 24ÂºC otherwise you will struggle. I am not sure about the grading of shrimplets but depends on their genetic structure I guess, if previous generations have been higher grades then maybe that can happen, but I am not sure about that. The shrimplets I have seen look grade A from grade S female and possible lower grade male.TBRO said:Hey, Fantastic Fissidens carpet, the shrimps clearly love it! I've seen some of my CRSs with eggs but I've never seen a baby, would be awsome if you could get them breeding! Is it possible to get higher grade babies than the parents? As mine are low end.
Thanks Steve, the naturesoil is holding well, but so did the Aquasoil for the first few months so only time will tell, but so far hppy with it.SteveUK said:It's really looking nice mate. I take it the Nature Soil is doing well? Lovely Fissidens mate!
Thanks Thomas, the plant on the right is Staurogyne sp. grows much better than in my high tech tank!rawr said:It's looking as great as ever! What's that small leaved plant in the substrate?