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Female Anemone Shrimp w/Eggs


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    Default Female Anemone Shrimp w/Eggs

    Picked up a new anemone shrimp (female) to hang with my existing anemone shrimp (male). At least my guess is this is a girl cause it seems to be carrying eggs located between the larger spots on her abdomen.

    I didn't get a great close up of the eggs, but here is a blown up photo of its head...I don't see much for brains in there...

    closeup anemone shrimp 1 - Female Anemone Shrimp w/Eggs
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    Not as good of a photo, but here is the lucky male:

    male anemone shrimp - Female Anemone Shrimp w/Eggs

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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Very cool. I think your tank has more crustaceans than Red Lobster!

    Tom

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    lol... I think you are right!

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    I want 2!!! Lol
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    Congratulations Jim lol.
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    congrats jim good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbill View Post
    congrats jim good luck
    Not planning to raise any at this time...I suppose if I saw eggs regularly I would be tempted to research what all it would take.

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    bigbill - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    Not planning to raise any at this time...I suppose if I saw eggs regularly I would be tempted to research what all it would take.
    yea i not sure if our have ever been raised but it would be fun to give it a go
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