shrimp compatabilaty chart thanks to Omen

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22 Apr 2012 11:10 #1 by paulcavan (Paul Gileoold)
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22 Apr 2012 11:12 #2 by paulcavan (Paul Gileoold)
sorry i deleted the last one still getting used to being a mod :hammer: anyway here it is again a good guide to shrimp that will crossbreed if kept together

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26 Apr 2012 19:43 #3 by wylam (Stuart Sexton)
Is there a chart for which tropical fish are compatible with shrimp?

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26 Apr 2012 22:54 #4 by Xeon (ioan micu)
Hi Stewart

I don't think that you will ever get that chart right. In one tank you can have adult wild discus at 7' living happily with red cherry and in another tank your guppy might kill the poor shrimp in minutes after adding them to the tank. Most nano fish are going to be ok with the adult dwarf shrimp while nearly any fish will eat your shrimplets.

I had pigmy cory and styphodon gobies in tanks were shrimp were breeding happily. I have ottos and ancistrus in most of my shrimp tanks.

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27 Apr 2012 15:14 #5 by wylam (Stuart Sexton)
So its hit or miss really?ah well my amano has surrived awhile in my community tank i think ill get some more of them.

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27 Apr 2012 15:34 #6 by paulcavan (Paul Gileoold)
Yeah John is right it's very hit and miss and what works in one tank may not work in another ammano are a bigger hardier shrimp and tend to do better in community aquariums

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27 Apr 2012 16:35 #7 by wylam (Stuart Sexton)
Thanks Paul, so would ammano be better than , say cheery shrimp?

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27 Apr 2012 16:46 #8 by paulcavan (Paul Gileoold)
Well again it depends on the setup cherries are cheap so buying a couple and introducing them when the lights are out is your best bet ;)

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27 Apr 2012 21:59 #9 by andrewo (andrew)
NIce chart nevertheless thanks for posting it ! :)

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