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re: Yamato babies! WOHOO!

>Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2000 16:02:04 -0500 (EST)
>From: Ed Street <br at ldl_net>
>Subject:     >
>I am happy to report that this morning while checking my tanks I noted
>that a female yamato who was carying eggs was all shiny and no eggs, on
>closer look I seen these mosquito larvae looking shrimp all over the tank
>and with a glass I could see they was yamato babies!  There's probably 200
>or more from this one female,  The other female should shed any day now so
>hopefully i'll have aton of them from this litter.
Hi there

according to the breeding reports I have read. You need to move the larvae's
to water with a salinity of about 1.011 Then the could survive, and grow :-)

Good luck.

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