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Post Here ' started Free video anal internal ajwalkerJun 30, Log in or Sign up. May 22, Messages: Iv seen firr its best to hand feed fire shrimp flakes for more nutrition as well as pieces of shrimp but what flakes? Feb 11, Messages: My fire shrimp come out at feeding time and just gobble up some mysis and retreat and they have Feeding fire shrimp happy and healthy for years. E WrasseJun 30, May 29, Messages: I personally use sinking pellets since my fish eat it as well. IMO flakes are messy and Only men nude free get eaten up as zhrimp. Fire shrimp are scavengers and don't really tend to be picky eaters. HavocJun 30, Yeah I just have him a piece of fjre and he's lovin it Dire ill have to get something else for him to eat,wondering on best things. Feb 22, Feednig My fire shrimp is about 5 years old never direct feed. Only feed pellets daily with frozen mix and algea sheets. Sent Feeding fire shrimp inside the shark tank! EckolancerJun 30, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Draft saved Draft deleted. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email Feeding fire shrimp Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.

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This shrimp is a deep blood red with with antennae that are used to signal fish with their cleaning services. The fire shrimp will hang out on a rock overhang and wave their antennae about waiting for fish to come up to them at which point they will clean the body, fins and gills of the fish. It is really quite the sight to see the red fire shrimp doing this. I like to keep a cleaner shrimp species in all of my tanks reef or fish only even though there are some things to keep in mind regarding keeping them with corals. They are rather reclusive when the tank lights are on but come night time while you're sleeping they may be out and about crawling all over the tank nibbling on your prized corals. So, just keep this in mind if you have a reef tank setup full of expensive corals, they may be doing some damage to the corals. The fire shrimp doesn't seem to be as active in the cleaning fish department as the skunk cleaner shrimp but they do in fact clean fish. I need to get a video up of mine cleaning the fish but until then check out youtube for videos on this cleaning behavior. I personally don't target feed my scarlet cleaner shrimp since they will grab any foods that get past the fish. They will scavenge at night too. You won't see them out and about very often in high lighted tanks, but in aquariums with subdued lighting you should see them more often. Keeping the fire shrimp with other fire shrimps can pose problems unless they are a mated pair or the tank is big enough to keep multiples. They may also bicker with other shrimp species. Also, the fire...

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Breeders and hobbyists have called it: A Blood Red Fire Shrimp will be at home in small and large tanks alike—they are perfectly suitable in a nano aquarium or large reef setup. Fire Shrimp are sensitive to nitrites and ammonia in water, so the tank should be fully cycled before introducing them and you will want to have some experience managing a saltwater tank and keeping nitrate levels down. Copper should be avoided at all costs, so remove the shrimps if any of your fish need to be treated with copper-based medicine. Copper is used to kill parasitic invertebrates , like saltwater ich, but it will also kill your shrimp. Fire Shrimp can be a bit shy and sensitive to bright light, at times, and would benefit from having some live rock structure to retreat to for safety. Watching this behavior, in action, is one of my absolute favorite things in this entire hobby. As mentioned earlier, they are a cleaner shrimp species and will eat parasites and dead skin off your fish. If you have an ultra clean SPS tank low bioload, low feedings , you may want to target feed your shrimp—but otherwise they are likely to be alright as long as your tank is sufficiently fed. Blood Red Fire Shrimp are absolutely incompatible with hawkfish or marine bettas. I would approach adding them to any tank with a fish large enough to eat them, because I have even had a relatively large flame cardinal fish swallow a cleaner shrimp whole within seconds of adding the shrimp to the tank. Fire shrimp may also pick at some of your prized corals, so be warned, if you intend to add them to your reef tank. Which is a bummer, considering how beautiful and expensive they are. Over time, and...

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How and what should I be feeding my Fire Shrimp? I just drop it in and he scavenges for it. How big is it? I'm tempted to say that what you're doing now is fine. If it's a little bit on the bigger side, try a couple additional pellets and see what happens. Do you have any sort of clean up crew snails, hermits, etc. Do you have live sand or rock in there with him? If so, there is plenty for him to eat from all that, IMO. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account? Feeding a Blood Red Fire Shrimp? Posted September 22, Share this post Link to post. I would think every other day is fine. You don't want to overfeed But when I add fish should I feed him directly ie tweezers or pipet? They aren't at all picky, they'll even eat shrimp. Posted September 27, Posted October 11, Those guys don't really need to be fed unless you don't have LR. Dive in and share your thoughts! You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Register a new account. Sign in Already have an account? Sign In Sign Up.

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The fire shrimp Lysmata debelius is a colorful marine shrimp from the Indo-Pacific that makes a great addition to almost any saltwater aquarium. They belong to the family Hippolytidae. Fire shrimp are vividly colored, with bright red bodies that have small white circles on their carapace. The lower portions of their legs are white, as are portions of their antennae. The fire shrimp is a cleaner shrimp. What this means is that in its natural habitat the fire shrimp provides a "cleaning service" for reef fish by eating the parasites off of them. There are other cleaner shrimp e. Reef fish come to depend on the services of cleaner shrimp and cleaner fish, because they have no other way of removing external parasites from themselves. Fire shrimp and other cleaner shrimp and fish will even eat the marine ich parasites off of your fish. Protect your valuables from the elements. Unfortunately fire shrimp are less likely to exhibit this cleaning behavior in captivity than are other species of cleaner shrimp, such as Lysmata Amboinensis. Fire shrimp are more likely to scavenge the bottom of the tank and live rock for their meals, however, they do sometimes "clean" parasites from fish. Fire shrimp are shy animals and need lots of hiding places. You can generally create caves and crevices for them to hide in by arranging the rockwork in a particular manner. See the You Tube video below of a fire shrimp in an aquarium for an example of its general behavior and its tendency to hide among caves made from the rockwork. You can keep a small group of fire shrimp in your tank. Just make sure that there are plenty of hiding spots and your tank is large enough so that they have enough room. Fire shrimp are easy...

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Often, only its antennae will be visible. It will not tolerate copper or high levels of nitrates in the aquarium, but will require correct levels of iodine in the water to promote proper molting. The diet of the Blood Red Fire Shrimp should include freeze-dried, live or frozen foods, and flaked foods. Iv seen that its best to hand feed fire shrimp flakes for more nutrition as well as pieces of shrimp but what flakes? Sent Via the R2R Forum APP. Mar 26, - just got a fire shrimp and i am wondering if i need to actually feed it, and if so what do i feed them? or will it survive like hermit sancti-petri.info

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