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Zebra Nerite Snail (Neritina natalensis)

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The Zebra Nerite Snail is an ornately patterned species of snail known for their voracious appetites for nuisance algae in the aquarium.  They are plant safe and a great addition to any freshwater aquarium without snail predators.  The can not reproduce successfully without brackish water and therefore will not overpopulate the aquarium.

Orange Shrimp (Caridina cf. propinqua)

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The Orange Shrimp, also known as or Orange Sunkist Shrimp is both hardy and vibrantly colored – an excellent choice for those just starting with freshwater shrimp. Like most freshwater shrimp, it is a peaceful, social species best kept in groups and will feed readily on most sinking foods. Although they are an adaptable species, they will do best in slightly soft water and with plenty of cover.

Bamboo Shrimp (Atyopsis moluccensis)

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An large growing and unique freshwater shrimp found throughout Southern Thailand and Peninsular Malaysia, the Bamboo, Rock, or Waterfall Shrimp tends to be found in rocky, fast-moving streams where they use their specialized fan-like front arms to filter out particulate foods from the water. In the wild they are a common but cryptic species and can be fairly shy at first in the aquarium as well. They require clean water, regular feeding of small foods like frozen brine or very small granules, and plenty of cover in the form of driftwood, rockwork, or live plants to thrive. Due to their size, they are not generally at risk with peaceful fish tankmates and are generally compatible with a wide variety of invertebrate tankmates as well. In the wild, they are usually found in groups so while a single shrimp will usually do fine on its own they may benefit from being kept in groups.

Mexican Dwarf Orange Crayfish (Cambarellus patzcuarensis ‘orange’)

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The Orange Dwarf Crayfish is a selectively bred form of a tiny dwarf species native to crater lakes in Mexico. While the wild form of this crustacean is normally an unremarkable grey or brown, this form has become extremely popular in the hobby due to its vibrant orange coloration. Ideal for planted or nano aquariums, they are plant and fish safe, and unlikely to harm any tankmates. As a scavenger, they will feed readily on most frozen or prepared sinking diets.

Batik Nerite Snail (Neritina cf. variegata)

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The Batik or variegated Nerite Snail is one of the more attractively patterned species in the genus Neritina and is found in a wide range of brackish to pure freshwater habitats in Indonesia and the Indo-Pacific. Like most Nerite snails, they are extremely popular in the aquarium hobby due to their voracious appetite for nuisance algae, including diatoms and filamentous algae. They are plant safe and great addition to any freshwater aquarium, paludarium, or aquascaped/planted tank. These snails can not reproduce successfully without brackish water and therefore will not overpopulate the aquarium.

Blue Diamond Shrimp (Neocaridina sp.)

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The Blue Diamond Shrimp is a selectively bred form of wild Neocaridina shrimp with a dark blue body coloration. Like the Red Cherry Shrimp, they are remarkably hardy and adaptable, excellent shrimp for beginners.

Red Rili Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi)

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The Red Rili Shrimp is a selectively bred form of Neocaridina shrimp.  It is a very popular form of shrimp in the hobby. They are remarkably hardy and adaptable, excellent shrimp for beginners. Red Rili Shrimp have a translucent body with red markings.

Thai Micro Spider Crab (Limnopilos naiyanetri)

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The Thai Micro Spider Crab is a small and highly specialized freshwater crustacean found throughout shallow waters and partially flooded rice fields in Central and Eastern Thailand. In the wild, it tends to inhabit warm, slightly acidic, slow-moving (or still) water, usually in areas of dense vegetation. They are usually found in large groups clinging to floating plants, grasses, or root systems where they use their unique hair-covered claws to filter out tiny food particles from the water. In the aquarium, they make a fascinating addition to a nano invertebrate tank or with select (very small, peaceful) fish tankmates. They prefer heavily planted tanks with plenty of cover and structures, and will do best in slightly soft water. Although they will filter feed and graze on algae or biofilms to to some degree, they should be provided with very small sinking granules or flakes regularly.

Brown Choco Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi)

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The Brown Choco or Chocolate Shrimp is a selectively bred form of Neocaridina freshwater shrimp developed for its uniform, unique dark brown coloration. Like most related species and variants, it is hardy and undemanding in the aquarium, and will do well with other Neocaridina tankmates although fish should be chosen with caution. An omnivore by nature, they will do best with a diet high in vegetable matter or algae and with ample cover in the aquarium in the form of plants or hardscape.

Blue Dwarf Crayfish (Cambarellus diminutus ‘blue’)

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The Blue Dwarf or Mini Blue Crayfish is a selectively bred form of a dwarf species native to parts of the Southeastern United States, where it is found in a wide variety of shallow water habitats. While the wild form of this crustacean is normally an unremarkable grey or brown, the blue color morph is popular in the aquarium hobby due to their color, tiny adult size, and active nature. Ideal for planted or nano aquariums, they are plant and fish safe, and unlikely to harm any tankmates. As a scavenger, they will feed readily on most frozen or prepared sinking diets. This species is hardy and adaptable but will do best and display the most vivid coloration in slightly soft, acidic water.

White Snowball Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi)

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The White Snowball or Snow White Shrimp is a selectively bred form of Neocaridina freshwater shrimp developed for its uniform, high contrast white coloration. Like most related species and variants, it is hardy and undemanding in the aquarium, and will do well with other Neocaridina tankmates although fish should be chosen with caution. An omnivore by nature, they will do best with a diet high in vegetable matter or algae and with ample cover in the aquarium in the form of plants or hardscape.

Orange Rabbit Snail (Tylomelania gemmifera ‘orange’)

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One of the most colorful of the many varieties of so-called Rabbit Snails native to Sulawesi, the Orange Rabbit snail is found in the warm shoreline regions of lake Poso. An omnivore that primarily grazes on algae and biofilm in the wild, they will readily accept a variety of prepared foods in the aquarium. Their native habitat is characterized by warm, clear, slightly hard water and they will do best when kept in similar conditions. Like all members of the genus Tylomelania, these snails reproduce slowly, producing only a few eggs at a time which hatch quickly into fully-formed baby snails.

Pinocchio/Red Nose Shrimp (Caridina gracilirostris)

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The Pinocchio or Rednose Shrimp is a uniquely patterned wild form of shrimp found in fresh and brackish water habitats throughout much of Southeast Asia. Like most related species and variants, it is relatively hardy and undemanding in the aquarium, but will do best with the addition of some aquarium salt or light brackish conditions. An omnivore and voracious algae grazer by nature, they prefer with a diet high in vegetable matter or algae and with ample cover in the aquarium in the form of plants or hardscape.

Horned Nerite Snail (Clithon cf. diadema)

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The Horned or Thorny Nerite Snail is a unique species named for its numerous points or horns extending from their shells. Like most Nerites, they are found in a wide range of brackish to pure freshwater habitats in Indonesia and the Indo-Pacific. This is one of the smaller Nerites and are extremely popular in the aquarium hobby due to their voracious appetite for nuisance algae, including diatoms and filamentous algae. Plant safe and great addition to any freshwater aquarium, paludarium, or aquascaped/planted tank, these snails can not reproduce successfully without brackish water and therefore will not overpopulate the aquarium.