Warning when adding new plants with shrimp

Just recently I bought a load of new plants (Cabomba, my new favourite) for my main tank. I got them off eBay, they came lush and looked very nice. Within minuets of adding the plants, my Shrimp where literally dropping to the substrate on their backs, barely moving. Within minuets I had piles of dead Shrimp. Bearing … Continue reading Warning when adding new plants with shrimp

Dried Mulberry leaves for Red Cherry Shrimp

I recently seen somebody on Instagram post a picture of what turned out to be a Mulberry leaf, swarmed by Red Cherry Shrimp. So after finding out what the leaf was I immediately ordered some off eBay. £3.69 for 10g of dried Mulberry leafs. After some research turns out a good way to apply it … Continue reading Dried Mulberry leaves for Red Cherry Shrimp

Caring for Red Cherry Shrimp

Red Cherry Shrimp cost a lot less than most other shrimp which makes them good for first timers who are thinking about keeping shrimp. Even though they are among the cheapest they have a beautiful bright red colour to them, which makes them stand out in any aquarium. Shrimp in an aquarium are more exciting than … Continue reading Caring for Red Cherry Shrimp