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10 Orange Sakura Shrimp 0.5"
Item #1567522203

Current Auction Time: Thu Oct 17 14:22:20 2019

Final: $49.99 (reserve price met) First Bid $49.99
Time left 00:00 # of Bids 0 (bid history)
Started Aug 20 2019 - 09:50:03 AM Location Sarasota FL 34235 United States
Ends Sep 3 2019 - 09:50:03 AM
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Seller Bioaquatix (555/566) 500-1000
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Orange Sakura Shrimp 0.5"

 Orange Sakura Shrimp

 Orange Sakura Shrimp

 Orange Sakura Shrimp

 Orange Sakura Shrimp

Orange Sakura Shrimp are bright orange peal color and sometime when they are comfortable settle in their aquarium, they can look like candy corn candy or road cone orange. The orange color is solid throughout their body and legs. Maintaining their orange color is a tricky balance of light intensity, nutrition and stress free habitat. They readily eat prepared foods and like foraging in an established tank.

All Neocardinia shrimp are easy to care for and will breed easily. They require an aquarium with a dark substrate and a lot of plants and to feel comfortable (Dark sand and dark gravel are ideal) The addition of carotene pigments in their food is recommended. They will spend their time hanging out on plants and forage through the substrate to feed. They are a nice addition to any small aquarium composed of small non-aggressive nano fish.

The ideal condition are temperatures between 70 F and 85 F, Ph between 6.5 and 8.5. Carbonate Hardness (KH) below 8 grains. The KH is particularly important, Neocardinia shrimp do not do well with high carbonate levels in the water, KH will increase with the addition of crushed coral shells or dolomite as a substrate. High carbonate levels will cause shrimp die off over time because it prevents them from molting. General Hardness (GH) between 10 to 20 grains is recommended.

Aquarium bred and raised

Please do not hesitate to email us or call us for more info on water conditions, we are happy to help.

Purchase Size: 0.5"
Quantity: 10

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We ship on Monday and Tuesday every week.
Orders received or pay on Tuesday will be shipped the following week.
All the fish orders will be shipped after 2-3 days after your purchase.
We purge all the fish for at least 48 hrs before shipping.
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We do use O2 on all shipments.
We do use 72 hours heat packs when necessary. We also use cold packs when necessary.
We recommend using USPS hold for pick up when the weather is getting cold lows in the 40 F at night.
The coldest time for the shipment is in the truck on the final leg of the trip.
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We do replace the live fish, but customer will pay shipping again.
We only guarantee live arrival on FedEx overnight.

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