|Re: Pregnant Amano|
Subject: Re: Pregnant Amano
by Freakyshrimp on 9/7/2009 11:30:47
Amano shrimp eggs DO actually hatch in freshwater in the wild and in captivity. They are freeswimming lavae which then get swept downstream and out into the sea, where they spend a couple of months going through various different growing stages before heading back upstream. They will live for one day in freshwater once hatched, or become instant food.