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I have two cleaner shrimp with lots and loads of green eggs!! They always have them under their tail. Every two weeks they produce new eggs. Do these eggs ever hatch? And if they do I guess it would be impossible to see or capture the micro-babies!! I think I just answered my own? Anyway if anyone has had sucess with these little critters, let me know!!
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The egg hatch just after dark in my tank once every 10 days to two weeks. The fishes goes wild at this time and eat it all in a few minutes. Those that was not eaten was destroy by the fitering system. I don't have a skimmer on my tank, just return pumps. None of the larve ever survide. I gues you can set a tank up without pumps as curculation divice, just use air stone, you can raise cleaner shrimp.

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Yep, you can raise the babies, but it requires a lot of work and dedication to it.



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