I’m very excited to find my first berried red cherry shrimp as a new shrimp keeper (2 mos). I thought I saw a white-ish patch developing underneath the shrimp and I’ve kept an eye on it, and sure enough they are turning into eggs, plain as day for the eye to see. I was looking to see if there was such a page online that would show the # of days as the eggs developed but I couldn’t find any such page. Maybe I will have unseen baby shrimp in the tank by the end of the month. No little black eyeballs showing yet. The tank is around 68°F. I have a shrimp cube with half the sides covered in thick Taiwan triangle moss for them to hide, plus a cholla tube, hornwort thick in a corner of the tank top to bottom, and lots of leaf litter so the babies should have places to hide. Besides shrimp, just some snails, amphipods and possibly water fleas in the tank. A few pics of the tank (today, and a few days ago) attached for viewing pleasure hahaha). One is the berried shrimp from today and the other is just a pretty red shrimp that also lives in that same tank. Currently just 9 shrimp in a 5 gallon.