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My opinion would be no, the Ghost shrimp tend to be much more aggressive to the Cherry shrimp. Some shrimp called Ghost shrimp could also be Grass shrimp. If they have a sharply angled back then they would tend to be considered Ghost shrimp.
If they have an arched back like a Cherry Shrimp, then they might be in the Neo family. From my reading about shrimp there are so many varieties in all kinds of locations across the world. Often shrimp are caught in locations anywhere in the world (where they can survive temperature wise) and could be different varieties.
Clear looking shrimp are often referred to as Grass Shrimp or Ghost shrimp.
I had combined Ghost shrimp in with Cherry Shrimp and the Ghosts routinely were larger and more aggressive in the feeding times especially. I could not see when the shrimp molted but I am pretty sure they would have tried to eat the Cherry shrimp.
The Ghost shrimp were removed and I then saw the Cherry shrimp produce babies.