Sexy Shrimp

Discussion in 'Invertebrates' started by Altohombre, Mar 30, 2008.

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    Altohombre The Tennis Pro Reefer

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    what is the deal with these guys? Cute? Dangerous? Reef safe? Snail Safe? Shrimp safe?
     
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    Yep, nice in small groups.
     
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    They are sexy as Ryan said.They are tiny and makes great reef additions.Buy them in groups of three or more.
     
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    do any wrasses eat them?
     
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    Lots of wrasses eat shrimp. The majority of wrasse species are not reef safe.
     
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    how about the ones that LiveAquaria list as reef safe?
     
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    Those are reef safe, but there are plenty of wrasses that are not. You asked "do any wrasses eat them". The answer is yes, lots of wrasses eat shrimp.
     
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