Okay. I just did a 100% water change (but saved sponge filter) to get rid of it, but I'm sure there's a little left.86 ssinit said:Ok I think you may want to google that. Not sure but ghost shrimp are feeder shrimp and may actually start in brackish water. So the salt may not bother them.
Okay thanks. I got 4. I would rather get some colorful shrimp to build a colony. I just got these cause they were cheap and kinda as a tester to see if my betta will eat them... I have them in a 3 gallon right now as a quarantine, but I might just keep them there.Vegetarianpanda said:As long as its aquarium salt and not marine salt it should be fine in my opinion. As some species actually live in brackish water. Nerites also do fine in tanks with aquarium salt.
Other crustacean (shrimp and snails) will die and not do well in aquarium salt though. Ghost shrimp only live a year so if you get them it might be a good idea to get 10 so they breed.
I say make sure if you get cherry shrimp in the future, get some bigger and some smaller. So your more likely to get a male and female. Boys are less colorful so don't get just the brightly colored ones.FishGirl115 said: