Sorry to double post, I forgot to add what I'm planning:
I'll probably go out and buy a large critter keeper to seperate the mom in and have the babies grow in there. I'm not sure if this'll be big enough though? The largest I've seen here is a little over 3 gallons (I believe 3.3 or 3.5)
I already have a spare small heater I could put in it, and I'm thinking a regular filter = death through intake tube, so would a sponge filter be okay?
Some plants...maybe a moss ball and a bunch of hornwort or something similar that's easy to take care of.
I know adult ghost shrimp are easy to feed as they accept just about anything...what about babies? (The food I have on hand atm are 3 types of betta pellets, goldfish pellets, tropical fish flakes, SMALL shrimp pellets, algae wafers, and FD brine shrimp & bloodworms)
edit: Oh no Clopez, sorry to hear. D:
Puck (Yellow koi HM king) / Scar (White HM) / Salt 'n Pepper (Silver HMPK) / 'That fish' (Copper butterfly HM) / No name (White DT) / No name 2 (Turquoise/white marble HM) / No name 3 (Lilac HM)
Bo Peep (Cambodian VT) / Goldilocks (Yellow VT) / Joie de Vivre (Multicolour VT) / Lil' Peep (Blue VT) / No name (Dalmatian VT) / No name 2