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Red Rili Neocaridina Shrimp A++ HIGH GRADE

Red Rili Neocaridina Shrimp A++ HIGH GRADE

Regular price $4.99 USD
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Introducing Red Rili Shrimp: Elevate Your Aquascape!

Infuse your aquarium with a burst of color and vitality with our stunning Red Rili Shrimp. These captivating freshwater inhabitants boast vibrant red bodies adorned with striking clear and white markings, instantly enhancing the visual appeal of any tank. Not only are they visually stunning, but they are also low-maintenance, making them perfect for both novice and experienced aquarists alike. With their natural algae-eating tendencies, peaceful demeanor, and propensity to breed readily, these shrimp are a versatile and delightful addition to any aquatic environment. Elevate your aquarium experience with our Red Rili Shrimp today, and watch your tank come alive with beauty and energy!


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Shrimp Care Guide:

1. Tank Setup:
- Tank Size: 5 gallons or more
- Temperature: 70-78°F (21-26°C)
- pH Level: 6.5-7.5
- Substrate: Fine gravel or sand
- GH 6° or 110 ppm minimum
- KH 2° or 40 ppm minimum
- Plants and hiding spots: Provide plenty for cover
- Tap water is typically fine

2. Water Conditions:
- Ammonia and Nitrite: 0 ppm
- Nitrate: Below 20 ppm
- Conduct regular water tests and perform partial water changes as needed.

3. Feeding:
- Offer high-quality shrimp pellets, algae wafers, blanched vegetables, and occasional protein-rich treats.
- Feed small amounts 1-2 times a day to prevent overfeeding.

4. Compatibility:
- Keep with peaceful tankmates like other shrimp, snails, and small fish.
- Avoid aggressive or large species that may harm the shrimp.

5. Breeding:
- Shrimp can reproduce prolifically.
- Provide plenty of hiding spots and plants for newborn shrimp.
- Monitor water parameters and maintain stable conditions for successful breeding.

6. Health and Observation:
- Observe shrimp behavior regularly for signs of stress or illness.
- Maintain stable water conditions to prevent stress.
- Quarantine new additions before introducing them to the main tank.

7. Maintenance:
- Perform regular water changes to maintain water quality.
- Gently remove any uneaten food and debris.
- Avoid sudden changes in temperature or water parameters.

Follow these care guidelines to provide a healthy and thriving habitat for your Shrimp, and enjoy the beauty and vibrancy they bring to your aquatic setup. bring to your aquatic setup.

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