Posts Tagged ‘shrimplets’

Blue velvet neocaridina shrimp babies




It was a big change in my personal live. We have got a new baby-girl and that was keeping my busy and away from my shrimps and, of course, from my blog. At the same time, my shrimp colonies are still alive. Not all of them thriving, but in general they are good. I was […]






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Caridina and neocaridina shrimps




I keep high-grade crystal red shrimps and some their babies appeared to be golden bee. I also put some chocolate neocarina shrimps in the same tank. They all happily live together and slowly breed. Of course, chocolate shrimps breed faster than crystal red. Look at the photo with three young shrimps. They all were born […]






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SS+ Crystal Red shrimps




I was expecting my high-grade crystal red shrimps tank today and found some SS grade guys. These shrimps are young, then biggest one is about 1/2″ and smallest one (the nice one, almost like SSS flower-head) is less than 1cm in size. It’s interesting that I’ve also found one crystal black shrimps and of course […]






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Young golden yellow shrimp video




My colony golden yellow shrimps are regrowign back now. It’s a shrimp from new generation of these golden yellow shrimps. I’ve specially separated young shrimps into another aquarium to watch their growth and see how active they are. These shrimps are variety of neocaridina heteropoda species. They are easy to keep as cherry shrimps. Look […]






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Green babaulti shrimp babies keep parent’s color




I had hard time with breeding green babaulti shrimps. The problem was quite stupid, I had only females. After some search I found some babaulti for my female-only colony. Shrimps started breeding and I was very happy seeing a little ones. But it was another disappointing, all shrimplets were brown. They were looking like several […]






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