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Old 06-08-2016, 04:03 PM   #11
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I prefer dark sand for RCS - it really makes their color pop! And I also really like java moss: easy to maintain, and makes for good climbing spots/cover for the shrimp. Sponge filter makes sense, too, especially with baby shrimp.

I bought a 2 premium RCS: a male and a female (who was already carrying eggs) for $8 apiece at my LFS, and that was enough to keep them going! I did lose the male early on, but the eggs went on to become babies, and the rest is history... I've had the tank set up since last April, so just over a year.

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