Archive for the ‘Freshwater shrimps’ Category

Rotala sp. Rotundifolia. Nice red stem plant




Rotala sp. Rotundifolia is a nice red stem plant. Look at some photos with it in my snowball shrimps tank:






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Crystal red shrimps




These are two photos of two crystal red shrimps. There are taken on the almost the same spot in a tank. You will see the difference between an adult shrimp and a baby






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Orange eyed blue tiger shrimps




Look at some videos of my nice orange eyed blue tiger shrimps. Their scientific name is Caridina cantonensis var. ‘blue tigers’. Their color variations can very from light blue to almost black, but they all have distinctive orange eyes. Look at some videos below: and a picture:






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SSS-grade flower-head Crystal Red shrimps




Look at this gorgeous creature. It’s a high-grade Caridina cf. cantonensis. sp. “Crystal Red”. I keep and breed them in a 10 gallon freshwater aquarium.






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Cholla wood in a shrimps tank




Recently I got several these Cholla wood pieces. In fact, this wood is a cactus plant ‘skeleton’. The Cholla cactuses are native to the American Southwest and northern Mexico. The remnants of these cactuses, Cholla Wood has an interesting pattern and can be an excellent decoration item. I boiled my Cholla wood and put them […]






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