Blue Tiger Shrimp - Caridina cantonensis

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Caridina dwarf shrimp - Blue Tiger shrimp

Appearance of the Blue Tiger shrimp

This Caridina shrimp, known as the Blue Tiger shrimp, stands out due to its bright blue coloration, which is particularly striking in aquariums. These shrimp species are known for their varied and intense colors, which stand out beautifully against the translucent body. They are a visual highlight and attract attention in any aquarium.

Breeding the blue tiger shrimp

Breeding Blue Tiger shrimp requires a little more experience and care than with Neocaridina species. Caridina shrimps require very specific water parameters and a stable environment. Breeding them can be a challenge, but with patience and attention to detail it can be successful. Gender differentiation is essential for experienced breeders.

Socialization of the blue tiger shrimp

Caridina shrimps are peaceful, but due to their specific needs they should be carefully socialized with other species. They are best suited to specialized shrimp aquariums or in combination with other small, calm species that prefer similar water conditions.

Food for the blue tiger shrimp

The diet of the blue tiger shrimp is somewhat more demanding than that of other shrimp species. They require a balanced and varied diet that includes shrimp food, plant food and protein. A correctly composed diet is crucial for their health and maintaining their vibrant colors.

Tank design for the blue tiger shrimp

An aquarium for the blue tiger shrimp should be carefully designed to create optimal conditions. Hiding places and natural elements such as plants and roots are important. A specially matched substrate and regular monitoring of the water parameters are essential to meet the more demanding needs of Caridina shrimps.

lat. Bezeichnung: Caridina cantonensis
dt. Bezeichnung: Blue Tiger Garnele
Aussehen: baluer Körper mit Tigermuster
Größe: bis zu 3 cm
Alter: bis zu 2 Jahren
Wesen: sehr friedlich, kann mit friedlichen Fischen, Krebsen und Schnecken vergesellschaftet werden (wenn die Wasserwerte übereinstimmen)
Vermehrung: Weibchen entlassen im Intervall von vier bis sechs Wochen zwischen 20 und 40 selbstständige Jungtiere.
Ernährung: hauptsächlich pflanzlich, gelegentlich Proteinfutter
Schwierigkeit für Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene geeignet

Anforderungen & Wasserwerte:

Min. Anforderungen Aquarium Wir empfehlen ein Becken von min. 20 L
Geeigneter Bodengrund Garnelenkies
Temperatur 20 – 26 °C
pH-Wert 6 – 7,8 mol/l
Gesamthärte (GH) 3 – 18 ° dGh
Karbonathärte (KH) 0 – 2 ° dGh
Leitwert für Osmose Wasser ca. 100 - 200  µS
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