Nope same process. Just gotta make sure that once it's done cycling, the parameters are suitable with whatever shrimp you plan on keeping.
Sorry for the delayed response.Stability I feel is more important than anything else, especially if you plan on housing the more sensitive and expensive varieties of shrimp. Once you're 100% sure the cycle is finished, I'd add some cheapie shrimp as a test to ensure there are no spikes or shifts in the parameters. What kind if shrimp are you planning on keeping?
I meant in different tanks I am assuming Ghost shrimp would make a good test shrimp?Tiger and Sulawesi shrimp have VERY different requirements, so you might want to have a different 'canary' species to check if this tank is hospitable to shrimp. Malawi shrimp from Sulawesi are much sturdier than most of their brethren and yet prefer similar conditions, so they might not be a bad canary, even if they are a bit more expensive than tiger shrimp.