iguess they can be fore non breeding purposes. ihave 6 in my tank and iwent them because to me they looked interesting and would add an interesting look to the tank species wise. and they wont get eting by fish like smallers shrimps do lolDont know what your talking about, I think amanos are very interesting looking. Especially depending on what they eat, they can also change colors! When they get older they also get strips. They can also live for years and get huge!
lol completely agree with you on that oneOnce they get full size they look like large insects running round my tank... Luckily for them I dont want to get my boots wet. lol
I'll take one when I get home but this is a good representationLemonnoodle can you show us just how ugly they are by posting a photo, please?
I wanted an Amano but settled for a single Ghost. After looking at the pic above, IMO, the Amano has a dirtier wild look to it when compared to a Ghost.they can be useful but as far as looks go, I'd say they're a step above the ghost shrimp
true, i guess it depends. my amanos have a blue tint to them so they look alright, but they're not full grown yet so that could very well changeI wanted an Amano but settled for a single Ghost. After looking at the pic above, IMO, the Amano has a dirtier wild look to it when compared to a Ghost.
My sons Ghost chowing down on a betta pellet.
haha to each his own, tbh the pond snail is my favorite of the snails lolAm i the only one who thinks amanos are pretty?? lol I think they are cool looking. They have a nice blue hue to them and the speckling. I dunno, call me crazy! But then again i do have an above average obsession with aquatic inverts :icon_eek: :hihi: