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Caridina Serrata shrimp - Tangerine (Tangerine Tiger Shrimp) are easy to care for in the home freshwater aquarium and breed aggressively once settled in. These are a wild form species so they are very hardy and are often used for breeding programs and they breed readily with other Caridina shrimp. Very beautiful. Often kept with "Neo" shrimp for their striking contrast and they will not cross with the Neocaridina shrimp. Unsexed juvies.
Requires stable parameters - Home bred in the USA
PH: 6.8–7.4, KH: 0–4, GH: 4–8
TDS: 120–220, Water temp: 65-73F
Posted by Uriel Ramirez on Aug 10th 2016
Mine started breeding after a month a got them.
Posted by William Levine on Jun 9th 2016
Shrimp came in a variety of sizes with a few extra just in case
Posted by Jan Aynes on May 30th 2016
We received the six promised, plus an extra. All juvenile age, small sized and probably the best age to transport. Hard to see on mopani wood and they hang out on the sponge filter earing biofilm almost all the time. Looking forward to a growing colony!
Posted by Brent on May 18th 2016
My package arrived with 6 healthy tangerine tiger shrimp of various sizes. Pricing is exceptional. Unfortunately, there were none berried like the one pictured here. :-( I do hope they'll get busy soon, this colony has a lot of catching up to do with my neocaridinas.
Posted by Chris on May 10th 2016
My six Tangerine Tigers arrived healthy and well-packed. There were a couple of varieties of plants shipped in the bag with the shrimp which I also incorporated into my tank. I believe I have at least one female in the group and I hope they breed. Thanks!
Posted by CHT on Apr 21st 2016
Lovely shrimp, pretty color, and nice sizes in the lot I received. No "fleas" in this batch! Very well packaged too. Will be back for more!
Posted by Unknown on Mar 29th 2016
The tangerine tigers arrived quickly & packaged well. Very healthy and vibrant.