This is the place where I nerd out about Dwarf shrimp (Neocaridina, Caridina, Sulawesi etc.). Cool pictures and great info about dwarf shrimp
How Many Shrimp Can I Have in My Tank? Optimal density
Some of the most common signs of stress in shrimp include lethargy, lack of appetite, loss of color, decreased growth, and molting problems.
Are Shrimp Nocturnal? Are Dwarf Shrimp Nocturnal? Are Amano shrimp Nocturnal? Are Ghost shrimp Nocturnal?
Healthy shrimp are happy shrimp. Happy shrimp are active, inquisitive, and always looking for food. Happy shrimp are also prolific breeders.
Ammonia in Shrimp Tanks. Causes, effects, symptoms, etc.
Mixing different color shrimp will definitely change a beautiful color to a wild-type color. Basically, your shrimp will lose their color.
Dead shrimp should be removed from the tank straight away. This is because when a shrimp dies, the process of decomposition takes over
How to Cool Down Tanks 7 ways to cool down aquariums Tips, Pros and Cons
So, why are shrimp good pets? There are many reasons for that. Dwarf shrimp are gorgeous, peaceful, and active.
Are you undecided whether to keep scuds? or lacking adequate knowledge of the pros/cons, all these will be covered in this article.
Holtodrilus Truncates – Parasites in Shrimp Keeping Hobby
The answer is that crabs, crayfish, or shrimp do response to harmful stimuli. It means that they can experience pain to some degree.
Today, I will talk about how to set up a Caridina shrimp tank from A to Z, so that we could give them the best life possible.
All information about Rust disease and how to treat it in our aquariums based on existing official studies, researches, and experience of aquarists.
Breeding and Life Cycle of Red Cherry shrimp Neocaridina, mating, maturity, shrimplets, baby shrimp, growth
Shrimp Gender. Female and Male Difference Dwarf shrimp size, saddle, pleopods