Shrimp Uber

Discussion in 'Freshwater Invertebrates' started by BillynJennifer, Apr 17, 2018.

  1. BillynJennifer

    BillynJenniferValued MemberMember

    My shrimp don't need a taxi or Uber. They've got snail transportation. Sorry for the water spots. IMG_20180417_134547.jpg
     
  2. penguin02

    penguin02Well Known MemberMember

    And I thought mine were the only ones that did that! Sometimes my shrimp will cling to algae on the filter output as it gets flung out into the tank XD
     
  3. Foxyfish

    FoxyfishNew MemberMember





  4. OP
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    BillynJennifer

    BillynJenniferValued MemberMember

    Thanks. They are Blue Dreams. They look like little sapphires swimming around.
     




  5. DarkOne

    DarkOneFishlore VIPMember

  6. Foxyfish

    FoxyfishNew MemberMember

    seeing shrimp do this with mysteries makes me /really/ want a mystery snail. . . why do they have to be so messy
     
  7. penguin02

    penguin02Well Known MemberMember

  8. DarkOne

    DarkOneFishlore VIPMember

    Snails are good for shrimp tanks. Their waste helps keep the cycle going since shrimp have such low bioloads and shrimp can feed on the slime they sometimes leave behind. I have 3 in my 20g shrimp tank.
     
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    BillynJennifer

    BillynJenniferValued MemberMember

    On many occasions, I've saw my shrimp break down the snails poop even more.
     
  10. Foxyfish

    FoxyfishNew MemberMember

    thats good to know! once i finally have a chance ot make a shrimp tank i'll definitely stock some of the wonderful "water dog" mysteries in there :)
     
  11. Zypher023

    Zypher023Valued MemberMember

    My cherry shrimp do this too! I figure they’re cleaning their shells or just avoiding being run over (my magentas are VERY active!).
     




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