It's definitely not a Palaemonetes
ghost shrimp -- the body form is clearly atyid. I'd say it's some non-Amano species of Caridina
. The rostrum and cephalothorax don't seem to indicate C. thambipillai
-- this is the actual name of orange/"sunkist" C.
-- to me. The resemblance in coloration is probably just superficial -- it seems like its dietary or otherwise environmentally induced even in C. thambipillai
are more transparent).
The muscle tissue looked a little hazy in your first pic. If it gets to be opaque, the shrimp is almost surely on the way out.