Dwarf Shrimp Rainbow Combo Pack: 3 Red Cherry Shrimp, 3 Neon Yellow Shrimp, 3 Amano Shrimp
A combo pack that includes three of each of our Sakura Red Cherry shrimp, Neon Yellow shrimp, and Amano shrimp.
Add a rainbow of color to your aquarium with this dwarf shrimp combo pack! This is perfect for small aquariums, and it's a good way to get 3 colors of shrimp without paying more for the individual shrimp. Each type of shrimp features fantastic coloration that is sure to stand out in any aquarium.
All 3 of these varieties can live in the same parameters. They are shipped out as young adults and are already of breeding age. After breeding for some time, these shrimp will form a rainbow-colored colony of shrimp that work as a very effective cleaning crew for your tank in regards to algae and other waste.
Included in this pack is the following:
- 3 Sakura Red Cherry Shrimp: These shrimp feature a deep red coloration that contrasts particularly well with green plants. We ship out young adults that range from 1/2 to 3/4 inch long.
- 3 Neon Yellow Shrimp: These are a brilliant yellow that adds cheer and charm to any aquarium set-up. We ship out young adults that range from 1/2 to 3/4 inch long.
- 3 Amano Shrimp: These shrimp grow about twice as large as dwarf shrimp, attaining a maximum size of over 2 inches in length! Their bodies are translucent with a bluish tint, and are covered in small, dark red dots. We ship out young adults that range from 1/2 to 1 1/2 inches long.
- pH level range: 6.0 - 8.0
- Temperature range: 65° - 82° F (18° - 28° C)
- Water type: Soft to hard
- Recommended Aquatic Arts tank mates: Other types of dwarf shrimp (such as Indian Tiger Shrimp, Amano Shrimp, etc.), various types of snails (such as Nerite Snails, Sulawesi Snails, etc.). They can also be kept with small to medium-sized, non-aggressive fish.
- Additional notes: These 3 types of dwarf shrimp are among the easiest types to care for. Dwarf shrimp prefer to live in tanks with live aquatic plants (such as java moss, willow hygro, green cabomba, etc.). This is because dwarf shrimp like the cover that plants provide, they love to graze on the plants for algae, and the plants help keep the water clean for them.