A. Cherry shrimp will primarily eat algae followed by decaying organic matter.
Cherry Shrimp are freshwater dwarf invertebrates, they come in many colors with the most common being red.
A. I think 10 Shrimp per gallon is a good number.
See question 28.
A. 2-3 shrimp
See Question 28,29 and 30.
A. 21- 30 days depending on the water temperature.
A. Cherry Shrimp are born from eggs that are stored in the shrimp belly region.
A. 5-10 shrimp per Gallon .
A. 5-10 shrimp per gallon.
A.The more the better because then you avoid overfeeding issues that are very common when only using a few shrimp to start up a tank .My minimum is 10 pieces.
A. 5-10 Shrimp per gallon.
A. Cherry Shrimp grow to an adult size of 2-3cm which is just over one inch.
A. Cherry Shrimp shed the old shell and replace it with a new one every 3-4 weeks.
A. Cherry Shrimp lay eggs from the ovaries into the abdominal region of the shrimp, this is where the term berried comes from.
A. Cherry Shrimp live from 1.5 – 2 years
A. This is a combination of the right environment and good food, check this in depth guide for more information.
A. I have recorded them going from being born to adult shrimp that are berried in 2 months, Cherry Shrimp are capable of being berried at a very young age.
A. I wouldn’t keep Cherry Shrimp in conditions under 15c so my answer to this question would be no Cherry Shrimp cannot live in cold water.
A. Yes they can in a well planted tank.
A. If live means not dying then no Cherry Shrimp cannot live with Guppies as they will eat the young shrimp and possible harass the adult shrimp.
A. I have never seen it.
A. Yes they can live alone but they are better in groups.
A . If the conditions are right then yes.
A. Yes, all shrimp especially the males do want to leave tanks to look for better grazing and for mating reasons,always make sure the last cm above the water line is dry or they will climb out of the tank.