Posts Tagged ‘painted fire red’

Painted Fire Red shrimps photos




I’m posting some photos of my Painted Fire Red shrimps. They guys are neocaridina heteropoda, so easy to keep and do not require soft water. These colony is doing very good. They live a small tank and I have to clean of often due to the big good of shrimps in it.






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Painted Fire Red shrimp videos




I’m posting some videos of my new neocaridina shrimps. They are ‘painted fire red’ shrimps. It’s the most advanced version of well-known freshwater dwarf cherry shrimps. Painted fire red shrimps have been gotten by extensive selecting breeding. As a result they have perfect red color which pass to their babies. Even their males are quite […]






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Pregnant shrimps video




In this post we have Crystal Black, Golden Bee and Painted Fire Red shrimps. All are pregnant, all live on one tank and they are on the following video: Crystal black (Caridina cantonensis sp. “Black”) shrimps are less common than crystal red. It’s hard to find a shrimp with solid black color. That one is […]






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Painted Fire Red shrimps become better with age




Painted Fire Red shrimps become more colorful with age, I clearly see this now. The best individuals are old females, who have given birth many times. It’s an old mother shrimp: And this a young female: But babies are not so bad as well






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Painted Fire Red and Golden Bee baby shrimps




A white shrimps asked a red one: – Are you sure that you are my brother? – No, stupid, I’m your sister






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