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One type is called "green", one is called "red fire", and one is just called the archtype, they are clear or grey but change colors according to what they eat.
I also have Amano shrimp (in German "algae shrimp") and wish I could find more info on how to breed them.
I have not been able to find any info on how to manage that, so if anyone has any tips... yellow then: Caridina multidentata Caridina serratirostris Caridina cf. cantonensis Red Bee Shrimp Here in Poland shrimps are getting more and more common but in petshops shrimps are still even three times more expensive than from hobbyist.
I have not been able to find any info on how to manage that, so if anyone has any tips...
A post to praise and glorify the almighty red cherry shrimp :) Do you have the guts to have shrimps?? Not only they are fun to watch, very pretty and so easy you would have to be death himself to kill them, but they are also EXCELLENT cleaners.
Now seriously...since i got my group of red cherries (Neocaridina heteropoda) ive discovered a whole new world.
Some types are also picky about water quality; i.e., fluctuations therein or hardness, etc. I can see the hobby developing into something like our salamania but since I really just raise them as food, I must limit myself to low-maintenance, high-yield varieties that won't eat each other's young.
I have what we call in German "dwarf shrimp", I assume they are forms of Neocaridina.