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  1. Default Need advice about apple snails and RCS

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    Ok well I was gonna get red cherry shrimp but the thing is I have a lot of apple snails and there is no algae but I do have flame moss so idk if it will survive with that and me feeding them algae wafers cause idk if the snails will get it first

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    Dont worry there are always microscopic bits of algae around the tank you cant see they will graze on.

    If you feed them algae wafer and vegtables every once in a while they will be fine .

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    Ok thanks alot! Oh and how much eggs do red cherry shrimps have when they mated??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whoopydoo
    how much eggs do red cherry shrimps have when they mated??
    It varies very much. Basically, the tail of the female shrimp will be full of eggs. Could be as many as 30 or even more. The don't lay their eggs though. The female will carry them until they leave her as fully formed, albeit VERY tiny, shrimps to live on their own.

    You will easily be able to the eggs as she juggles them to keep fresh water on them.

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