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Ghost Shrimp

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Ghost Shrimp - Freshwater
(Paleomonetes sp.)
Starting at $1.59
Ghost Shrimp, also known as Glass Shrimp, are excellent scavengers. They are inexpensive and efficient aquarium cleaners that will actively search for any kind of left over food in your aquarium. Their transparent bodies and frenetic food-searching behavior make Ghost Shrimp an interesting addition…
Atlantic Pygmy Octopus
(Octopus joubini)
Starting at $59.99
…aquarium, this release of ink will necessitate a large water change to avoid its death. The Octopus can be fed small live feeder shrimp or freshwater ghost shrimp. Any live foods should be fed spirulina based dry foods, plankton, and cyclops to enhance their nutritional value. Approximate Purchase…
Elephant Nose
(Gnathonemus petersii)
Starting at $17.99
…of plants and rocks for hiding places where it can find refuge from the light. To better appreciate this fish, many hobbyists will purchase a "ghost tube," a clear plastic tube that facilitates viewing during the day. Once accustomed to its surroundings, the Elephant Nose can become incredibly…
Ghost Eel
(Pseudechidna brummeri)
Starting at $39.99
…small crustaceans in the wild, so avoid small shrimp which will quickly be consumed by the eel. The Ghost Eel is a nocturnal predator, ambushing small fish and crustaceans. In the aquarium, it may have to be offered live foods such as ghost shrimp at first, but in time, will take frozen or…
Tozeuma Ghost Pipe Shrimp
(Leander plumosus)
Starting at $29.99
The Tozeuma Ghost Pipe Shrimp is also known as a Pipefish Shrimp, and has a very fascinating shape. The bodies of these shrimp are long and slender with a bend at the abdomen. They are mostly yellow in color with large black eyes and brown reed-like appendages on the head. It is unknown how they…
Mombasa Lionfish
(Pterois mombasae)
Starting at $79.99
…Mombasa Lionfish will consume smaller fish, shrimp, and other crustaceans in the tank. When first introduced into the aquarium, freshwater Ghost (Glass) Shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. Its diet should include meaty foods such as live shrimp, live fish, and occasionally crustacean…
Dojo Loach
(Misgurnus anguillicaudatus)
Starting at $1.89
…fish in the aquarium. They make excellent tank mates for fancy goldfish. Use caution when housing them with small invertebrates such as Ghost or Japonica Amano Shrimp. The Dojo Loach is largely carnivorous, preferring freeze-dried bloodworms and tubifex, as well as frozen and live meaty foods of all…
Cave Shrimp
(Stenopus pyrsonotus)
Starting at $49.99
The Cave Shrimp, also known as the Ghost Boxing Shrimp, has a white body and legs, with a red stripe covering the back of the body. Members of the Stenopodidae are called "Boxing Shrimp" because of the large pinchers on their third set of legs. They often hold these pinchers erect, giving the…
Orangebanded Stingfish
(Choridactylus multibarbus)
Starting at $34.99
…their large vacuum-like mouths. Choridactylus multibarbus is known to adapt to prepared foods fairly well. Begin with live ghost shrimp and wean to frozen/thawed mysis shrimp. Dorsal, pelvic, and anal spines should be avoided as they are capable of delivering a painful and potentially harmful sting.…
Antennata Lionfish
(Pterois antennata)
Starting at $29.99
…and should be provided with a good supply of ghost shrimp. The spines on the dorsal, pelvic, and anal fins are venomous, causing reactions similar to a bee sting, only stronger.When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. After…
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