Hello Everyone! I am very excited to be getting some carbon rili shrimp soon. I am a bit worried though about my tank parameters and making sure they have a smooth transition. The tank is cycled and currently only has one other resident (an oto) and lots of plants. It is a fluval spec V about 5.5 gallons. My main concern is the pH. My tap water where I live is about an 8 to 8.2 which also means my tank is the same. I am ordering some driftwood to maybe help it lower the pH a little. What do you recommend to lower the pH? I don't want to just use chemicals because it isn't sustainable. I plan on feeding them a mixture of algae wafers and blanched vegetables. I had Cherry shrimp in the past and they would eat some of the frozen blood worms I would feed other fish in the tank. Would Carbon Rili's do the same thing? Thanks in advance for the advice!