I’m so excited to be a shrimp father. Anybody capable of assist me establish these skrimplings?

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  1. Like you said the red pintos It happens when you cross a tiger shrimp and a Taiwan bee and they select out the ones with pinstripes like they like.

    I kept them for a little bit but I ended up sending them down the road because it was just too difficult to soften my water and lower my ph to the point they liked it. I have perfect neocaridina water. I have to do almost nothing to it to keep anything else I have to do a lot of work to the water. I mean I add minerals to my more heavily stocked tanks but otherwise I don’t have to do a whole lot.

  2. I have no idea but they are very pretty 🙂

  3. Red pinto with fishbone pattern. It’s a caridina shrimp so keep gh at 4-8, kh 0-2, and ph between 6.0-6.8. They typically need active substrate to buffer the water and I see some mixed into the gravel. Keep an eye on your water parameters for the first 2 weeks and if it’s alright they’ll start breeding after the first 2 months usually. As a caridina shrimp you can add other caridinas and they’ll mix patterns/colors. I mixed my blue bolts and red pinto and I got black pinto with a few low grade blue pinto and one all white.

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