LesterBee Posted February 3, 2020 Report Share Posted February 3, 2020 I've been away for a while. A few weeks back I set up a 2 gallon plastic hex for Neos and last weekend picked up 3 of what the employee at the LFS was calling 'Roach Neos', most in the tank were a mix of pale yellowish or very faintly blue/clearish. So I assume these are culls. Which I'm fine with. What I'm just wondering, since this breeder has been raising many of these in water that's not much over 4 GH and 2 KH with a TDS of less about 90 and said that his colony has been very productive, that I continue these water parameters? It's been the third day since they were brought back, I don't see them very often but they're fairly active, foraging and their colors haven't changed any. I have a 20 gallon planted tank with a few small tetras that will be their forever home once they get to adulthood and have a few youngsters. I know the usual warnings about keeping small shrimp with small carnivores, there's a ton of hiding places, large clumps of Java Fern, Crypt meadows, and Rotala thickets in this tank, so they will have shelter. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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