PineSong Posted March 28 Share Posted March 28 In my shrimp-only tanks I've always done few and far between water changes--maybe a gallon or two from a 10g once a month or every other month, and I add the new water in gradually over the course of the day so there aren't any big temperature or pH changes. About four or five weeks ago I began doing a 50% water change 2x per week in my 29 which has guppy moms and fry in it, and a 30% change once a week in my 20g long, and in those changes I just dump in all the new water at once, so there are no kid gloves at all for the shrimp in those tanks. I've noticed that in those two tanks there are so many large berried females. I am wondering if increased water changes has increased breeding? Anyone have similar observations? 1 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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