Can you keep Cherry Shrimps in a bowl?

Cherry Shrimps, also known as Neocaridina Shrimps, produce a very low bioload. So, can you keep these creatures in a bowl? You can find out in this article from Aquarium Blueprints. Ideally, we recommend putting your Cherry Shrimps in as big of a fish tank as possible. This is because the bigger water volume would … Read more

How to make Red Cherry Shrimp redder

The Red Cherry Shrimp is the most popular variant of the Neocaridina species. You can take a look at this guide from Aquarium Blueprints to see how you can make them redder than they already are. 1. For the first step, we recommend that you remove as much stressful triggers as possible. This is because … Read more

How to introduce Cherry Shrimps to tank

Cherry Shrimps, also known as Neocaridina Shrimps, are more fragile when compared to fish from the aquarium hobby. Therefore, you need to introduce these inverts carefully so that they will be able to safely acclimate to the water temperature and parameters of your aquarium. To see how to introduce Cherry Shrimps to your fish tank, … Read more

How to stop Cherry Shrimps from breeding

If you add a group of Cherry Shrimps to your tank, then you may end up getting a mixed group of males and females. The Neocaridina species will readily breed in most aquarium setups. As a result, your colony can end up growing in size relatively quickly. If you want to stop your Cherries from … Read more

Do Cherry Shrimps school or shoal?

When adding Cherry Shrimps to your tank, you will most likely add more than one. So, is this species, also known as the Neocaridina Shrimp, capable of schooling or shoaling in groups? You can find out in this article from Aquarium Blueprints. Are Cherry Shrimps capable of schooling? Based on our experience, Neocaridinas aren’t capable … Read more

Do Cherry Shrimps add to the bioload?

If you want to add Cherry Shrimps, also known as Neocaridina Shrimps, to your fish tank, then you may be wondering if doing so will have any major negative impact to your biological filtration. You can check out this guide at Aquarium Blueprints to see whether or not Cherry Shrimps will add to the bioload. … Read more