DarkOne said:Nope. They'll be very expensive snacks for your BP and acaras.
You should also have a bigger group of kuhlis and cories (at least 6 of each). Zebra loaches like to have friends too (3 or more).
Demeter said:You can try with ghost shrimp first where they are pretty cheap, but I would definitely expect most, if not all, shrimp to be eaten. Is this tank heavily planted? If so there's a fair chance some may survive but it would need to be very dense vegetation to support a colony. Once a colony has been established then you should be good to go.
The kuhli loaches and corries are probably the safest fish to keep them with but everything else will likely eat them.
If you are talking about ghost shrimp then they are pretty hard to breed because larval stages usually do not survive unless the water has a certain amount of salinity in it. The dwarf gourami would also go after smaller shrimp. Though you should be successful if you stick to the adults.Bradley Moles said: