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Blue Rilli Sakura Shrimp
(Neocaridina heteropoda var)
These shrimp are very curious. They will visit any new additions to the tank and clean it mercilessly!

Do not stock with anything that can fit the entire shrimp in its mouth. Best kept in a shrimp-only tank if breeding success is desired, as there are very few fish that will not eat newly hatched shrimplets. Compatible fishes that will not eat shrimp are Otocinclus.

Supplied shrimp are approximately 1cm in length.
£3.50

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Sakura shrimp are easy to care for in the home freshwater aquarium and breed well, reaching about 4 centimetres (1.6 in) long.

Small, non-aggressive fish such as the harlequin rasbora, neon tetra, cardinal tetra, dwarf corydoras, otocinclus catfish, dwarf gouramis, and some species of killifish can be kept with adult shrimp, however baby shrimp are likely to be eaten by any fish.

They prefer clean water, with a temperature of 14–29 °C (57–84 °F). Java moss and Java fern are both excellent plants for the shrimp tank, as they thrive in the same conditions as the cherry shrimp. Ensure there are plenty of hiding places.

Shrimp are primarily algae eaters. They will eat any food intended for aquarium use, but some will prefer compressed algae discs (algae wafers). Blanched (boiled until soft) vegetables such as zucchini (courgette), baby carrots, peas and spinach can be used as a supplemental food, but should be fed sparingly.

Delivery is £12 per order and will cover any order size. We aim to dispatch same day on orders placed before 12 noon. If you require a specific delivery day simply send a message after you have purchased. Saturday delivery is available at the checkout.

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Name Blue Rilli Sakura Shrimp
Latin Name Neocaridina heteropoda var
Meta Title Buy Blue Rilli Sakura Shrimp | Neocaridina heteropoda var.
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