• Darwin Algae Eating Shrimp

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    Darwin Algae Eating Shrimp
    Scientific Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Crustacea Class: Malacostraca Order: Decapoda Infraorder: Caridea Family:  Atyidae Genus:  Caridina Species: Caridina Longirostris closely related to C. sp. NTnilotica Behavior: Non-aggressive Length: Grows up to 5 cm Tank Temperature: between 15-21 degrees celsius Water chemistry: pH: 6.5-8 Hardness: soft to hard Diet: Algae-film, any fish food, other detritus, unwanted fish food leftovers This type of shrimp...
  • How Not to Kill My Shrimps

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    How Not to Kill My Shrimps
    To make a successful fish tank, there are few things the owner must remember at all times as it is going to determine a good outcome. Shrimp care is rather difficult than taking care of a fish tank because shrimp is more delicate than fish.  If owners want to ensure less to zero casualties on the shrimp tank or production, a quick guide is...
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