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Sweet Angel
17th Apr 2006, 07:10 PM
Guys, are you sure that shrimps start with larvae before they turn into shrimplets...?
Because several days ago I witnessed my cherry gave birth, it's shrimplet...!
The colour of the shrimplet still white, but the form, already shrimplet (about 3-4 mm long), not larvae...
Any comment...?

simcb
17th Apr 2006, 09:10 PM
Guys, are you sure that shrimps start with larvae before they turn into shrimplets...?

Who told you that cherry starts with larvae form ?? :huh: Not all shrimps are born as larvae some shrimp like yamato do you should do a search on the previous posts about high order and low order shrimps.

Here's an article by Hockey Shrimp on sharing his success in breeding red nose shrimps.
http://www.shrimpnow.com/modules.php?name=Content&file=viewarticle&id=42



Because several days ago I witnessed my cherry gave birth, it's shrimplet...!
The colour of the shrimplet still white, but the form, already shrimplet (about 3-4 mm long), not larvae...
Any comment...?


Yes cherry give birth to young shrimplets so do tigers, bees and others. :)

Here's an article by Robert on Breeding high order shrimps.
http://www.shrimpnow.com/modules.php?name=Content&file=viewarticle&id=12

babypiggy
18th Apr 2006, 12:14 AM
Guys, are you sure that shrimps start with larvae before they turn into shrimplets...?
Because several days ago I witnessed my cherry gave birth, it's shrimplet...!
The colour of the shrimplet still white, but the form, already shrimplet (about 3-4 mm long), not larvae...
Any comment...?
Cherry shrimplets are the higher form. SO the babies are the exact replica of the parents. There is no larvae stage.