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|03-02-2012 01:09 PM|
It is super cute that your fish haven't harmed the ghost shrimp. However, once you've plopped down money on the RCS or Yellows, I'm sure they will go on a feeding frenzy.
THe idea here is you don't keep any shrimp with fish you're not willing to lose completely. If you intend to KEEP shrimp, a tank with fish with mouths isn't a good idea. THey'll eat the babies for sure. And if they eat all of the babies and harass the big ones, in a short amount of time you'll have nada. zilch. zero.
Hope that helps.
|03-02-2012 10:10 AM|
Originally Posted by skindy View Post
The fish haven't bothered the small ghost shrimp (maybe half full adult, possibly a third) so I don't think the fish will be a problem. The gourami is a piggy but incredibly nonaggressive. The cardinals kind of shoal around him.
|02-28-2012 06:44 PM|
Originally Posted by Warlock View Post
|02-28-2012 12:39 PM|
i have never tried.. but i read that the ghost shrimp are also very aggressive towards the other nano are are not good tankmates.. jus read it, never seen it..
+1 on the expensive snack
|02-28-2012 12:37 PM|
|02-28-2012 07:10 AM|
|OverStocked||However many you'd like to feed to your gourami and cardinals.|
|02-28-2012 07:01 AM|
How many cherry or yellow shrimp in a partially occupied 5 gallon chi
I know they contribute little to the bioload, but my Chi already has an adult dwarf gourami and four adult cardinal tetras plus an apple snail. It currently has three ghost/glass shrimp but they are incredibly tough to see amongst the Java Fern and Amazon swords, so I probably want to replace my invisible pets with something a little more interesting. What are your thoughts?
And before the inevitable "omg that's too many fish" person comes along 1) I do a gallon water change weekly as I do a 20% on my two saltwater tanks as well (a Heavily modded 29 gallon Biocube with amazing DIY Cree LEDs and refugium that is my coral tank and another 5 gallon Chi that has dwarf seahorses). And 2) everything is fully adult, fat and Happy (my dwarf gourami is basically Jabba the hut as the little piggy only swims quickly when I try to spread the food around the tank and he tries to eat EVERYTHING before the perfectly healthy cardinals can get to it).