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5 Amano Algae Eating Shrimp
Item #1561593049

Current Auction Time: Fri Aug 23 09:35:41 2019


Final: $28.00 (reserve price met) First Bid $28.00
Time left 00:00 # of Bids 0 (bid history)
Started Jun 19 2019 - 06:50:50 PM Location Finchville KY 40022 United States
Ended Jun 26 2019 - 06:50:49 PM
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Seller Drsjeandarc (2/2)
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Description

Cardinia Multidentata (5) Shrimp This species has a translucent body covered with a broken line of reddish brown points on its sides. The dorsal surface has a white stripe that runs from the head to the tail and the eyes are black. Females are easily distinguished from males by their more elongated lower row of dots. Caridina multidentata fare best in temperatures of 18C to 28C. They are more active at higher temperatures, but may also have a shorter lifespan. They prefer a pH of 6.5 to 7.5. As with all crustaceans, they are extremely adverse to copper due to their haemocyanin blood. Caridina multidentata mate in freshwater streams and marshes. Female shrimp signal readiness to mate much like other shrimp species, by releasing pheromones into the water for the males to follow. The fertilized eggs are released and go through larval stages in brackish and salt water as they drift out to sea. The larvae return from the sea once they reach their final growth stage, and they remain in freshwater for the remainder of their lives. Shipping USPS Priority Express $20.00



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