Can I keep shrimp with Endlers?

Can I keep shrimp with Endlers?

I keep a tank full of N-class black bar Endlers with Cherry shrimp and everything works out really well. It is best to start the tank with the shrimp first. A heavily planted tank with lots of driftwood and java moss is ideal.

Can you keep Endlers with cherry shrimp?

If you have just your berried shrimp in a tank by themself I would take tthe others out and put them in with your berried shrimp. That way you are not separating the males and females. Keep them all in their until the population goes up. Then you should be able to put them in with the endler’s.

Can I put cherry shrimp and guppies together?

Can you Keep Guppy Fish and Cherry Shrimp in Same Tank? The short answer to this question is yes, guppies and shrimp can be placed in the same aquarium.

Are cherry shrimp good for aquarium?

A Red Cherry Shrimp can be a great little freshwater shrimp to add to an aquarium. Their bright red color really adds beauty to a tank, especially one loaded with live green aquarium plants and black gravel or substrate.

Do female Endlers eat shrimp?

The Endlers WILL eat the baby shrimp. No question. however, as someone said above, the Cherry colony population *should* be OK overall if there are enough hiding places for the baby shrimp.

What can I keep with cherry shrimp?

Ideal tank mates include:

  • Freshwater Snails (Ivory, Mystery, Gold Inca, Nerite, Malaysian Trumpet)
  • Catfish (Cory and Otocinclus)
  • Small Plecos.
  • Dwarf Gouramis.
  • Small Tetras.

Can Crystal shrimp and cherry shrimp live together?

They will not interbreed, as they are not only different species but they are each in a different genus; Red Cherry Shrimp (RCS) are Neocaridina heteropoda var. red while Crystal Red Shrimp (CRS) are Caridina cf.

Can cherry shrimp live with tetras?

Generally, neon tetras and cardinal tetras will avoid interacting with cherry shrimp. These tetras may try to make a snack of the tiniest of baby cherry shrimp but shrimp are very quick and will mostly avoid being eaten if given some plant cover.

How many cherry shrimp can you have in a 10 gallon tank?

However, for your shrimp to have ample space and to have a healthy, breathable aquarium, the recommended number is 50 shrimp for a 10-gallon aquarium – this means your tank should have 5 shrimp per gallon of water.

What fish will not eat cherry shrimp?

Otocinclus is by far the one tropical fish you are sure won’t eat either your shrimp or shrimplets.

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