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Old 07-08-2008, 09:14 AM   #21
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i have a arrow living at one end of my 100g tank, with 2 cleaner shrimps living at the other end. some where in the middle is a blood or fire shrimp, no problems as yet, the shrimps are abit to quick. he was only 2" when i got him 2 months ago he is about 5" now. cant believe how quick they grow.
amazing critter, though i do wonder when he will stop growing.lol
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Old 07-09-2008, 07:21 PM   #22
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Give them alot of hiding places, and if you have a big tank see what happens! I have a 50gal. I guess Ill steer clear of the arrow crab..I really want a cleaner shrimp!

They sell packages with the arrow and the peppermint shrimp together on liveaquaria.com does the arrow bother all shrimps? I had one awhile back..it used to hangout on a huge piece of live rock.. I got a picaso trigger(who caused me numerous probs.) and I never saw him again.. He must of put up a fight!
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Arrows can be opportunistic feeders. They can take down fish and other critters in your tank.
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