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Re: Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:22 Jun 2019 15:32
by opae ula related
Image

Random pic.

Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:22 Jun 2019 17:17
by opae ula related
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Different sizes of Plankton.

picoplankton that measure less than 2 micrometers,
nanoplankton measure between 2-20 micrometers,
microplankton measure between 20-200 micrometers,
mesoplankton measure between 0.2-20 millimeters,
macroplankton measure between 20-200 millimeters,
and the megaplankton, which measure over 200 millimeters (almost 8 inches).

Re: Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:23 Jun 2019 09:16
by Algae In Space
opae ula related wrote: 22 Jun 2019 15:32 Image

Random pic.

It would be most awesome to have a video this close! But I realize it would be very shaky :nerner:

Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:23 Jun 2019 16:48
by opae ula related
Algae In Space wrote:
opae ula related wrote: 22 Jun 2019 15:32 Image

Random pic.

It would be most awesome to have a video this close! But I realize it would be very shaky :nerner:
Sure, it was actually a screenshot of the video.




It has been berried since 5/22/19 ( when I saw it ) and today is 31 days+ and they still look the eggs and not early developed larvae so I am thinking this might be a second batch or maybe it takes longer to develop.

Re: Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:23 Jun 2019 18:41
by Beano
As the eggs mature towards the end, you can see the larvae tail start to come out, the egg become less dark looking as that part becomes the head

Re: Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:23 Jun 2019 23:54
by opae ula related
Beano wrote:As the eggs mature towards the end, you can see the larvae tail start to come out, the egg become less dark looking as that part becomes the head
Yeah, an older video I previously took.


Re: Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:24 Jun 2019 09:14
by Algae In Space
opae ula related wrote: 23 Jun 2019 16:48
Algae In Space wrote:
opae ula related wrote: 22 Jun 2019 15:32 Image

Random pic.

It would be most awesome to have a video this close! But I realize it would be very shaky :nerner:
Sure, it was actually a screenshot of the video.




It has been berried since 5/22/19 ( when I saw it ) and today is 31 days+ and they still look the eggs and not early developed larvae so I am thinking this might be a second batch or maybe it takes longer to develop.

Great!

Re: Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:30 Jun 2019 13:45
by Rex113
It’s been almost 3 weeks since I’ve had a good look at my berried M/L, she came out of hiding today and is acting strange. She is staying on a fake plant in the center of the tank and bending her body as if she is trying to molt or something. Does anyone with experience know if this is normal or is the shrimp in distress?

Re: Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:30 Jun 2019 14:00
by opae ula related
Rex113 wrote:It’s been almost 3 weeks since I’ve had a good look at my berried M/L, she came out of hiding today and is acting strange. She is staying on a fake plant in the center of the tank and bending her body as if she is trying to molt or something. Does anyone with experience know if this is normal or is the shrimp in distress?
I seen this. Normal. Hopefully you be able to catch her.

Re: Spotted Metabetaeus Lohena with eggs.

PostPosted:30 Jun 2019 15:18
by Rex113
Here is a picture of the berried shrimp, she seems to be carrying many eggs.