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Skittles Neocaridina Shrimp A+ High Grade

Skittles Neocaridina Shrimp A+ High Grade

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Embark on a vibrant aquatic journey with our Skittles Pack of Shrimps. This curated collection showcases a stunning array of colors, reminiscent of the iconic candy, and adds a playful and diverse palette to your aquarium. Carefully selected for their unique hues and patterns, these shrimps are a living testament to our commitment to providing captivating and quality aquatic companions. Dive into a world of vivid beauty as these colorful shrimps dance through your underwater landscape, creating a captivating and lively aquatic display. Elevate your aquarium experience with the enchanting and diverse hues of our Skittles Pack of Shrimps.


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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.

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