Water Parameters For Shrimp
Their common names are Neocaridina, Caridina shrimp, and Sulawesi shrimp.
In the Caridina column, we’ve got two types, the tiger shrimp and also the crystal or Bee shrimp.
Freshwater Shrimp Species
Nitrogen Cycle Process In Shrimp Tank
all our livestock produces ammonia when the shrimp poop the poop already started the decaying process, and this releases ammonia, which is toxic to your shrimp.
Water parameters for each species of freshwater aquarium shrimp differ, and next to having a good filter, the most important thing here is to keep your water parameters correct as well as constant.
Caridina shrimp require a pH of between 6 and 7. Bee shrimp require a pH of between 5.8 and 6.8; Neocaridina shrimp require a pH of between 6.5 and 7.5. Sulawesi shrimp require a pH of between 7.5 and 8.5.
Caridina shrimp require a gH of between 4-8, Bee shrimp between 4-6, Neocaridina shrimp between 6-8, and Sulawesi shrimp between 4-6.
Caridina tiger shrimp require a KH of between 2-6. Bee Shrimp between 0-4. Neocaridina shrimp between 1-4 and then Sulawesi Shrimp between 2-4.
Caridina tiger shrimp require TDS of between 100-220, Bee shrimp between 100-180, Neocaridina shrimp between 150-250, and Sulawesi shrimp between 200-260.
This is where everyone will have a different opinion, but the general recommendation is between 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit. Only Sulawesi shrimp require a higher temperature between 74-84 degrees.