NewtoShrimp Posted February 18, 2019 Report Share Posted February 18, 2019 Greetings from the Rocky Mountains. Long time fish keeper, finally figuring out how to actually maintain a thriving planted fish tank. I have a 29 full of thriving plants (and of course a good bit of that lovely hard green algae), stocked with a black angel, a spotted plecostomus, two Bolivian rams, four bronze corys, a very old Kuhli loach, and a pair of glowlight tetras that just keep hanging on. That tank is in its third year. I have been keeping tanks for the last 10+ years, but just fish. My current "science experiment" is a Fluval Flex 9 I am cycling, in which I am planning to stock shrimp. Not sure whether it will be Caridina or Neocaridina at this point, probably neos because I am under the impression that they are hardier, though I understand Bumblebees are pretty hardy Caridinas. Hoping to find some good advice and share trials and tribulations with other newbies, and get sage advice from those experienced with shrimp tanks. Glad I found the forum. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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