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PostSubject: macrobrachium assamensis photo + babies   Thu Apr 30, 2009 6:30 am





The 5 babies i found where massive (well, for shrimp babies any way) at about 7mm long each!
The fish completely ignored them due to there size (even the honey gouramis), as did mother, but father was chasing them like it would be his last meal.
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PostSubject: Re: macrobrachium assamensis photo + babies   Tue May 05, 2009 8:14 am

oohhh I like me some clawed shrimp!!! Can't wait till the snailshop get more in.

The last batch we had were great, you could hand feed them and were great to watch. though they did have a habit of running out at feeding time and stealing the larger tankmates food. Amazing how strong the wee blighters can be.
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