Lower light intensity seems to help for the moss that was turning brown but it also led to lesser green algae in this nano shrimp tank.
Started feeding the shrimps in my nano shrimp tanks with frozen bloodworms. Hoping the change in diet will help them grow and breed.
More than half a year has passed since I set up this nano shrimp tank. Although the shrimp are surviving they are not thriving, yet.
This batch of shrimps in my nano shrimp tank has been around for about half a year but their size remains small and I’m getting concerned.
Close to a half year since I set up the nano shrimp tank. Small issue with the KH and pH but other than that, water quality remains good.
Everything is looking good for the past 20 weeks. Recently the pH of my nano shrimp tank starts to drop a little. Should I be concerned?
Almost zero adult shrimps left in my nano shrimp tank but the number of shrimplets I see in it gives me hope that the colony will thrive.
I’m starting to feel that maintaining a nano shrimp tank is not that hard after all. Here’s what it looks like after 12 weeks and counting.
Eight weeks on and I’m pleased to see shrimplets (as well as algae) all over my nano shrimp tank. They look healthy and are growing well.
New shipment of shrimps arrived at an LFS earlier than expected. Suffice to say, I happily brought 20 pieces home for my nano shrimp tank.