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    Hi, I'm new here. I'm learning all I can about shrimp. A couple months ago I purchased a line of chocolate neocaridina davidi. They're throwing several colors, including wild type. There is a particular one that I'm hoping some of you can give some advice to what maybe going on or what I could be dealing with Thanks so much
  5. Just posting to say I found this an interesting read, and nice pictures! Honestly, with the colours and patterns, to me they look more like Neocaridina davidi than any images of Potimirim spp. I could find...but it's kinda hard to compare as the photos are only 640x480 pixels, and dont show anatomy clearly enough to ID properly. Regardless, it's a beatiful shrimp habitiat you've found!
  6. All you need to know about undergravel filtration the best filtration for caridina shrimp from my opinion. Showing my shrimp tanks with pinto, Taiwan shrimps and demonstrate how i setting up the tank using this method https://youtu.be/4kaJJuETtK4
  7. All you need to know about undergravel filtration the best filtration for caridina shrimp from my opinion. Showing my shrimp tanks with pinto, Taiwan shrimps and demonstrate how i setting up the tank using this method https://youtu.be/4kaJJuETtK4
  8. Just noticed a shrimp on its side barely moving accept for slight movement in front legs and the occasional twitch of its pleopods. Hasn't been down for any longer than an hour the last time I checked. Tank parameters are 305ppm, ph is 7.6, ammonia is at 0 along with nitrite and nitrates are at around 2 or 3.
  9. Hi! I picked up these 2 a few days ago and the guy told me he thinks they’re a male and female but I’m unsure?? ‘Ellie’ is slightly larger and brighter in colour and the other is slightly more transparent... Any ideas??
  10. Hey there, I bought a few packs of quality shrimp and just let them cross-breed for a year or so. I have a few different kinds with amazing colors and patterns (Red Cherry, Blue Rili, Neocaridinas, Amanos, Bamboos, Blacks, Blue Crystals, etc.). My tank is now overgrown so please let me know if you're interested. I'll send pics and you can "hand-pick" your favorites.Email:Maddog1240@gmail.com
  11. Hey there, I bought a few packs of quality shrimp and just let them cross-breed for a year or so. I have a few different kinds with amazing colors and patterns (Red Cherry, Blue Rili, Neocaridinas, Amanos, Bamboos, Blacks, Blue Crystals, etc.). My tank is now overgrown so please let me know if you're interested. I'll send pics and you can "hand-pick" your favorites.Email:Maddog1240@gmail.com
  12. Would love to know more about boa shrimp as well. I just got a couple along with some galaxy pintos. I also put some blue steel shrimp in there as well. Curious to see what comes out of the colony.
  13. Would love to know more about boa shrimp as well. I just got a couple along with some galaxy pintos. I also put some blue steel shrimp in there as well. Curious to see what comes out of the colony.
  14. I noticed something similar on one of my blue dreams, and haven’t been able to identify it. While I observed, another mature shrimp did a battle dance with this one, the white thing became dislodged, attached itself to a leg of the other and was apparently consumed! Following your post for help as well. IMG_2753.MOV
  15. I am rehoming my high-end freshwater dwarf shrimp as I am cutting down on the number of shrimp tanks at my place. I'm located in orange county (santa ana). They are caridina dwarf shrimp (galaxy blue metallic boa fishbone from skyfish line). 1000 rehoming fee for the entire colony of shrimp. I will consider reasonable offers. I have over 25-35 of them in total. I'll toss in mosses and other aquarium equipment if you purchase the shrimp. Let me know if you're interested.
  16. This is my first post on this forum, and it is out of curious necessity as I am tired of trying to figure out what these are by myself Today I went for a third collecting trip to a local creek near my residence on the East Coast of Florida. The past 2 times I have been to this spot I have been seeking native fish, caught shrimp that resemble Neocaridina sp., as they displayed colors such as red and blue once in the bucket. These shrimp have all had a light colored stripe down the back upon being caught and that put my belief of them possibly being Neocaridina. I now believe they could als
  17. This is my first post on this forum, and it is out of curious necessity as I am tired of trying to figure out what these are by myself Today I went for a third collecting trip to a local creek near my residence on the East Coast of Florida. The past 2 times I have been to this spot I have been seeking native fish, caught shrimp that resemble Neocaridina sp., as they displayed colors such as red and blue once in the bucket. These shrimp have all had a light colored stripe down the back upon being caught and that put my belief of them possibly being Neocaridina. I now believe they could als
  18. Both are neocaridina. One looks to be a lower grade yellow and the other a green or blue.
  19. I'm a new member and a new shrimp keeper. I didn't find anything that addresses my concerns. I'm using both RO and distilled water (in different tanks) and adding SaltyShrimp Shrimp Minerals GH/KH+ for neocaridina. I add the additive until I reach a TDS of 180-200 but my pH is way out of range (7.8-7.9 versus the 7.2 that the breeders recommend). If I add the mineral per instructions (1 level one level spoon to 10 liters of water) my pH is over 8.0! Is this "normal"?
  20. I'm a new member and a new shrimp keeper. I didn't find anything that addresses my concerns. I'm using both RO and distilled water (in different tanks) and adding SaltyShrimp Shrimp Minerals GH/KH+ for neocaridina. I add the additive until I reach a TDS of 180-200 but my pH is way out of range (7.8-7.9 versus the 7.2 that the breeders recommend). If I add the mineral per instructions (1 level one level spoon to 10 liters of water) my pH is over 8.0! Is this "normal"?
  21. I'm a new member and a new shrimp keeper. I didn't find anything that addresses my concerns. I'm using both RO and distilled water (in different tanks) and adding SaltyShrimp Shrimp Minerals GH/KH+ in my tanks for neocaridina. I add the additive until I reach a TDS of 180-200 but my pH is way out of range (7.8-7.9 versus the 7.2 that the breeders recommend). If I add the mineral per instructions (1 level one level spoon to 10 liters of water) my pH is over 8.0! Is this "normal"?
  22. I'm a new member and a new shrimp keeper. I didn't find anything that addresses my concerns. I'm using both RO and distilled water (in different tanks) and adding SaltyShrimp Shrimp Minerals GH/KH+ in my tanks for neocaridina. I add the additive until I reach a TDS of 180-200 but my pH is way out of range (7.8-7.9 versus the 7.2 that the breeders recommend). If I add the mineral per instructions (1 level one level spoon to 10 liters of water) my pH is over 8.0! Is this "normal"?
  23. I'm a new member and a new shrimp keeper. I didn't find anything that addresses my concerns. I'm using both RO and distilled water (in different tanks) and adding SaltyShrimp Shrimp Minerals GH/KH+ in my tanks for neocaridina. I add the additive until I reach a TDS of 180-200 but my pH is way out of range (7.8-7.9 versus the 7.2 that the breeders recommend). If I add the mineral per instructions (1 level one level spoon to 10 liters of water my pH is over 8.0) Is this "normal"?
  24. I'm a new member and a new shrimp keeper. I didn't find anything that addresses this. I'm using both RO and distilled water and adding SaltyShrimp Shrimp Minerals GH/KH+ in my tanks for neocaridina. I add the additive until I reach a TDS of 180-200 but my pH is way out of range (7.8-7.9 versus the 7.2 that the breeders recommend). If I add the mineral per instructions (1 level one level spoon to 10 liters of water my pH is over 8.0) Is this "normal"?
  25. I'm a new member and a new shrimp keeper. I didn't find anything that addresses this. I'm using both RO and distilled water and adding SaltyShrimp Shrimp Minerals GH/KH+ in my tanks for neocaridina. I add the additive until I reach a TDS of 180-200 but my pH is way out of range (7.8-7.9 versus the 7.2 that the breeders recommend). If I add the mineral per instructions (1 level one level spoon to 10 liters of water my pH is over 8.0) Is this "normal"?
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