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Anybody keep neos in their low PH tanks hovering around 5.5-6? I'd like to drop some neos in my amazonia tank but PH might be too low for them to breed.

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When I moved my adults snowball colony to a low pH tank, like 5-5.5, they all died over time. When I moved a handful of moss from my PFR tank and dumped it into a 5-5.5 pH tank, their was a few babies in the moss and they grew up fine in the tank. They both turned out to be males, but they lived for about a year or so in that tank as a test and did fine. As Jake said, start them off early in there so they get used to it. My babies I tried had to be a few days old at the most.
 

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I started out with all adults in my tank and have lost none so far. they are only starting to get going on the breeding though.
But yes i have received juvies multiple times and those are doing well too.
 

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All of my shrimp are living in low pH except for the opae ula.

All are breeding, the young ones growing.

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