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Old 11-16-2017, 09:39 AM   #1
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First attempt with Taiwan Bee Shrimps

I am very new to shrimp hobby but couldn't resist myself from buying these beautiful little guys.

I read and got info and decided to start. I have a 6 gallon planted tank with cherry, yellow and crystal red and black shrimps. I am keeping Taiwan Bees in same tank with main focus on Taiwan Bee water parameters as Neocaridina species can easily adapt.

My Water Parameters :
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PH: 6
Gh: 3
KH: 1
TDS: 120-130
Temperature: (72-74 F)

Stocking:
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Black King Kong (Quantity 5)
Blue Shadow (Quantity 5)
Red Panda (Quantity 5)

I will see if I can successfully keep them so can buy more kinds of Taiwan Bees.

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Please comment and advise any vital info you have. I need to learn and learn. Thanks.
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Update: I think I lost a couple of shrimps specially red pandas. I didn't see them for long time now. Usually my Shrimps sometimes hide for long but not that long. Anyways these are expert level shrimps so I guess I started good. Shadow pandas, black king kongs are doing fine.

My new order:

I ordered few extreme blue bolts and red king kong shrimps from a special shrimp breeder. Very excited. Let's see.
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Sorry to hear about the lost shrimp.

They are all really beautiful. The blue in the Shadow Pandas is striking.
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