I'm getting back into Shrimps.
I have a 40 gallon breeder Red Cherry Shrimp tank which has probably over a thousand of them. I bought the low grade RCS and now their some really dark red to wine color shrimps being produce in that tank. My first colony of 12+ RCS I received was over 2 years...
Yeah, you would have have scoop them all out for the winter if you want them to survive.
I knew a guy who put Neons in his outdoor pond and they bred naturally. Before it got cold, he would drain the pond and net all the fish to overwinter inside.
Life has kept me away from my favorite forum and hobby. I'm back now along with my fishy obsession.
I love nano fish over big fish. However, I have a soft spot for Angelfish that is why I have them in the 125 gallon.
I went to PetSmart the other day and checked out the 75 gallon which I...
So...I am going to get another fish tank in the Spring...
Debating on a 75, 120, or 125 gallon tank.
I already have a 125 g, 40g and 20 L, and 5 gallon (starting a different color colony) .
I will be breaking down the 40 gallon and putting all my RCS (probably over 1k) in it and stocking...
On my shrimp tanks, I use a sponge filter.
I would run the sponge filter and hob at the same time for about 6-8 weeks so it gives the BB time to colonize the sponge filter.
There are different brands and sizes...just pick one that fits your tank