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  1. Default I bred my shrimp


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    I have some eastern grass shrimp (ghost shrimp) and one of them produced two baby shrimps. One of those died but the other one is doing just fine. I read that these shrimp are very difficult to breed. Does anyone have any idea what I might've done right? It would be nice to be able to do it again on purpose.
    "If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water."
    - Loren Eisley

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    I've read the shrimp are easy to breed but keeping the babies alive is the trick.

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    Well, I guess that's what I meant. I kept two of the babies alive until they were old enough to look like tiny adult shrimp, and then one is still going strong.

    I'm not sure how I even managed to get them past their egg stage.
    "If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water."
    - Loren Eisley

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    Shrimp love moss and crawling around in it and hiding in it. Have you some java moss for them to hide in and feed on?

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    I do not. I don't have any moss at all.
    "If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water."
    - Loren Eisley

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    These guys are so tiny they'd need infusoria to feed on.

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