Posts Tagged ‘water parameters’

Marbled Self-Cloning Crayfish




I keep quite interesting creatures. They are true and only one self-cloning crayfish that exists. They were discovered in a pet shop in Germany in 1990′s. Nobody knows details about this mastery. These crayfish are similar to the slough crayfish (Procambarus fallax.). However, Procambarus fallax can’t clone themselves. Scientific name for marbled self-cloning crayfish specie […]






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New Iwagumi Shrimp Tank Set up. Day 0




I have decided to recreate my old shrimp tank that you might have seen here: or here These the picture are links to video, so you can click there. I have got a new cube aquarium. It has same size, it’s 30cm cube. The biggest difference is that my new aquarium is very well-made, silicon […]






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Shrimps tank with lots of algae




There are several photos of one of my old tanks. As you can see it has lots of soft green algae. Algae as well as decayed plants are natural food for shrimps. I grow algae in all my shrimps tanks. I just add extra plant fertilization and keep light working 24 hours for first several […]






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Mini Water Lettuce. Floating Plant for your shrimps




Mini Water Lettuce is another suitable floating plant for a shrimp tank. I was writing about amazon frogbit before. These plants are quite similar in keeping and grows speed. Scientific name of this plant is Pistia Stratiotes. There are different varieties that mostly different in size and shape of leaves. Mine is small. I keep […]






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Orange Sakura neocaridana shrimps




There are not so many pure colors are left for neocaridina heteropoda breeders to play with. Orange sakura shrimps are mix of yellow and red with more yellow in the mix. I keep these guys. There is another color variation of orange shrimps called “pumpkin” I see that they have more red color like a […]






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