Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Crystal Red Shrimp Information

Crystal Red Shrimp have a beautiful candy cane striped color making them one of the most sought shrimp in the freshwater aquarium hobby. Find out more about these Waldo looking shrimp and if they are right for your aquarium.

Orange Eye Black Tiger Shrimp Information

Black Tiger shrimp are the selective bred from normal tiger shrimp. Learn more about these Black tiger shrimp and if they are a good fit for your aquarium.

Harlequin Shrimp Information

Check out the Harlequin Shrimp, reputability named after Harley Quinn from D.C. Comics. Find out if these little jesters and jokers are a right fit for your aquarium needs.

Blue Tiger Shrimp Information

The Blue Tiger Shrimp is a great looking shrimp. Unlike the normal Tiger Shrimp, the Blue Tiger Shrimp has blue all over its body and as well as it's orange eyes. Find out more about the Blue Tiger Shrimp inside.

Amano Shrimp Information

Amano shrimp are the invisible janitor in the aquatic world. Learn more about these extreme algae eaters and if they are right for your aquarium.

Tiger Shrimp Information

Want something unique? Maybe the tiger shrimp is right up your alley. Find out more about the Tiger Shrimp and if they are right for your aquarium.

Glass Shrimp Information

Need an Invisible clean up crew or just live fish food? Check out Glass Shrimp for your aquarium, one of the most common yet sought after shrimp. Find out more about these shrimp and if they are right for your aquarium.

Snow White Shrimp Information

Check out the pure whiteness of the Snow White Shrimp. Find out more about the commonly known Golden Bee shrimp and if they are right for your aquarium.

Panda Shrimp Information

The Panda Shrimp is a selective bred from the Taiwan bee shrimp. With it's beautiful black and white with deep undertones of blues; it really is one of those one off shrimp that make any aquarium pop. Learn more about Panda Shrimp inside

Wine Red Shrimp Information

Bring the brightest of the red shrimps into your aquarium. Check out the Wine Red Shrimp and see if it's right for your aquarium.