Neocaridina at the moment. They are just regular cherries but all the different colorations in the neocaridina line aren't different species they are just different mutations from the same species so none of them are going to require different parameters than any of the others. Getting a new tank started for some undecided caridina species at the moment so I'll let you know if that changes anything but that won't be for a month or two but I don't think I've heard of any problems any shrimp owners have had with these particular fertilizers.
Edit: I'm certainly not the shrimpiest expert out there but I will say that my understanding is that as long as the fertilizer doesn't have excessive amounts of copper you should be alright. Within reason anyway, I'm sure there are some exceptions like some kind of super ferts that blast your tank with insanely high amounts of potassium or something.
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