I had the red cherry shrimp in a 1.5 gallon plastic tank initially. When I moved the adult shrimp to their new home, I had a feeling there might be fry left behind so I kept the tank full and did daily water changes, and a good thing, too as later that day, I caught a pic of the tiny fry that I posted earlier with the Nikon L820 review.
Well, tonight I managed to get a real good pic!
For those that are interested, I did take the pic with the Nikon L820 in the macro mode and took a burst of six images that I then processed through PhotoAcute Studio 3 to increase the resolution through stacking.
As I look at the images, I can clearly see him/her eating off the walls of the tank. In addition, I have been supplementing the available food with Hikari First Bites. Also, I’m changing some water twice per day.
For reference, here is the pic from what I believe to be its birthday: