Posts Tagged ‘neocaridina’

Painted fire red shrimps in pearl grass plants

Let me share some more photos I made recently in my 10 gallon painted fire red shrimps (neocaridina davidi) growing tank.
This tank is full of pearl grass plants, look at some shrimps sitting in ‘the bushes’.

[caption id="attachment_1295" align="alignnone" width="600"]Painted fire red shrimps hangs on the plant Painted fire red shrimps hangs on the plant[/caption]

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Pear grass forest in a shrimp tank

I’m sharing some photos of my 10 gallon painted fire red shrimps breeding tank. The tank bottom is covered with pearl grass (Hemianthus micranthemoides) plants. This plant doesn’t belong to a group of aquarium carpeting plants, it’s grow tall. However, if you cut it often and let it spread, it will create a carpet-like cover […]

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White worms on a shrimp head

Recently I have got some very nice blue dream neocaridina davidi freshwater shrimps. The shrimps are Ok, they are breeding, but some odd white marks on their heads were bothering me. So, I took a closer look and I have found little white parasites on heads of two shrimps. Couple of years ago I have this problem […]

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Orange sakura shrimp close ups

I would like to share several close up photos of my orange sakura shrimps. Their scientific name is neocaridina davidi var ‘orange’ shrimps. These shrimps are easy to keep and, in fact, they are color morph or well-known cherry shrimp. I have seen two color strains of  orange shrimps. Some of them are more reddish and they […]

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Neocaridina Davidi var. ‘Blue Velvet’ Shrimp Photos

Neocaridina ‘blue velvet’ shrimps is quite popular these days. There is no so many blue shrimps and fish in freshwater hobby at all. I’m sure you all know OEBT (orange eyed blue tiger) shrimps. They are famous not only because mysterious orange eyes, but mostly because of amazing blue coloration. Unfortunately, blue velvet cannot complete […]

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