It's usually crushed corals.
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It's usually crushed corals.
That's good to hear!
How big is your tank? What water do you for water changes?
What soil do you use?
Almost any changes can stimulate breeding. Water changes is the simplest way, but it's not working straightforward.
Top pieces of gravel are 5-10mm in size, bigger works better.
As an example of my gravel, look at this video: Yellow shrimps
Water parameters will be different in different places, it's so...
Yes, it's not walking like a mite. Is look more like a leech for me.
I've spent some time looking at them, but did not put them out and checked one by one yet.
I guess I caught parasites on a snail. That Sulawesi Tylomelania snail might was wild caught.
I read about parasites and that people examined snails and removed parasite manually. But...
These snails are heavy and have problems moving along substrate with small granules. They look funny on sand :)
I keep them in aquarium with crushed corals as a substrate. That increase hardness...
How are that set up and shrimps?
I thought that 'neon' was name for babaulti shrimps.
Yours are neocaridina heteropoda as see. Is it correct?
That's amazing :)
These shrimps (caridina andneocaridina) do not eat alive creatures. If an adult shrimp die, its body will be untouched for 10-20 hours, you will be able to find it. Then, it becomes softer and other...
That's cool. It looks like a mix of a golden bee or CRS and a tiger :)
It appeared to be very nice. It's like white orchid, but prettier :)
That's cool. Do you keep them all together?
Do you have any babies?
I had these shrimps some time ago. I got them from LFS and i thought that they were sulawesi six-banded shrimps (caridina holthuisi).
It's on of the pictures:...
I'm from Toronto. Although we have move shrimp keepers here, getting decent CRS and sometimes even A-grade is a problem.
Check this forum there are some experienced members from your...
So, you someone will found his crayfish almost dead after next molting, it makes sense to separate it from other crays and wait until it recovers :)
I was thinking about what I can feed my baby crayfish and got an interesting idea.
They might will eat planiria, which thrive in my shrimp tanks. Crayfish might help me to reduce planiria...
Ok, there is a 'happy end'.
The second crayfish (it was a male) molted again recently and he is almost fine. He has shortage of only one leg.
Look at the video with it here: CPO male is almost...
It is :(
Yesterday I've added 1/3 part of 'filtered water' together with tap water into a tank. It brought pH down, but it might not help in a long term prospective.
Thank you. I have worst measurements.
5-week-old tank, 10 gallons, 4 kg of Fluval, 20% tap WC in a week. Ph is 7.6 now
2-month-old tank, 10 gallons, 3 kg of Fluval, 10% tap WC in a week. Ph is...
Thanks, may I get some details ...
For how long do you have it?
Do you use RO water for WC or tap water?
What is your filter? Is it undergravel?
How your tanks with Fluval Shrimp Stratus substrate now?
What is pH?
It's over. I found that she has dropped her eggs.
I hope I will be able to get spinata male(s) for her and do not repeat this 'experiment' again :)
It's unexpected for me as well.
That berried spinata female has not more than 10 eggs, it might be even 5.
And I also see that she might have some unfertilized eggs in her saddle as well.