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    Default Red Bee Tomotaka Ueno with eggs

    My Red Bee Tomotaka Ueno tank.

    In tank:
    1 SSS K12 mosura female and male
    2 SS K10 male
    5 S Tigertouth or V-band female
    6 S Tigertouth or V-band male

    In the tank 4 female is now carring eggs. The 12K female is one of them.
    Hoping to get som K12 out of it, but what are the chances if the male was an Grade S or SS?

    Here is some pictures from the shrimps
    /Jonas


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    Nice shrimps.

    What is K10 and K12 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by igorKanshyn View Post
    What is K10 and K12 ?
    This refers to a German grading system for Bee shrimps - we prefer international grading names in shrimpnow (like A, B, C, S etc)

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    Hi Mallefar, how are your shrimp and their offspring do now?

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    Hi Imke,
    The offspring is doing well, that is the rest of it.

    I was on hollyday for 2 weeks and had a friend to feed the shrips and look after the house. When I came home the watercondition was very bad, Nitrit was high, so i lot of the babyshrimps were gone as weel as some of the adult shrimps.

    But managed to save 10 adults and about the same of the offspring. The offspring is mostly T-tooth, but there are 3 SS and 1 SSS babys in the tank. 4 of the 10 adults shrimp are female and they all are carring eggs again. My SSS male is dead, but the SSS female is still alive.

    Hoping to see some more babyshrimps in the next few weeks.
    Jonas ( w w w . r e j e b l o g . d k )

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    Hi Jonas, sad to hear you had losses during your holidays. It's always hard to explain to others that shrimp need only few food but water changes. Hopefully, you will raise population soon again. Good luck!

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