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What does it mean when a shrimp is berried?

Asked: Alina Lopezy, Last Updated:

Berried is when a female shrimps eggs have been fertilized by the male shrimp and you can visibly see them. typically you can see her fanning them with her spinnerets. Females are berried for about 28 days for most shrimp before the eggs hatch. =)

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