Carrying snowflake shrimp - Arachnochium kulsiense (Macrobrachium kulsiense)
Carrying snowflake shrimp - Arachnochium kulsiense (Macrobrachium kulsiense)
Carrying snowflake shrimp - Arachnochium kulsiense (Macrobrachium kulsiense)
  • releases 15 to 20 young
  • great for group enlargement
  • ideal for passionate aquarists
  • interesting for children
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Carrying snowflake shrimp - Arachnochium kulsiense (Macrobrachium kulsiense)
With its cute appearance, the snowflake shrimp is a real eye-catcher in the aquarium! Especially in a beautifully planted tank it comes with its radiant appearance great. Take care upon arrival not to miss any of the young animals in the transport door and rather swing them out another time, if the expectant mama should have already released on the way. - Garnelio

Pregnant snowflake shrimp (Arachnochium kulsiense) carry between 15 and 20 relatively large eggs under their pleon. After a few weeks, fully developed juveniles hatch from these, which are usually still hidden at the beginning and move only a little from the place of their hatching. They are effectively miniature versions of their parents, but do not need to be raised separately. Brown autumn leaves are particularly suitable for raising shrimp young, as the babies not only hide in them, but also graze on the growth.

A fine dust food like our BabyFeed is ideal for the first time, because it is distributed throughout the entire aquarium and thus also reaches the young, which are usually still withdrawn to shed their skin and grow. We recommend to order this food directly for a problem-free rearing.

To quickly raise a larger group of snowflake shrimp, it is worthwhile to start with several pregnant females, especially to increase the genetic potential in the group. Since snowflake shrimp are also group animals, they should never be kept alone.

Further  information about breeding and keeping the Snowflake Shrimp can also be found in the main description of the "Snowflake Shrimp".

Our food recommendation: The soft Mainfeed Softpads from NatureHolic are designed for daily feeding. They contain all the nutrients shrimp need for shell development, egg formation and growth. During the production we pay attention to a gentle and environmentally friendly production, which preserves the vitamins and other valuable ingredients as much as possible.

Our plant recommendation: Use for planting NatureHolic InVitros. These are free of snails, planaria and other unwanted co-inhabitants. Also free of algae spores, bacteria and fungi.

Expert Tip: We recommend for fish keeping the NatureHolic 3 Phase Liquid. The care set offers the best all-round protection for your animals. It ensures optimal conditions for successful breeding and keeping.

Scientific name: Arachnochium kulsiense (Jayachandran, Lal Mohan & Raji, 2007)
German Name: Snowflake shrimp, pearl shrimp
Origin/ Distribution: India, Kulsi River
Difficulty level: suitable for beginners
Coloration: black, yellowish, light gray, brown and white spots on a light background
Age expectation: up to 4 years
Water parameters: hard water, GH up to 24, KH up to 15, pH 7.5 to 8, temperature 22-28 °C
Tank size: from 54 l, well structured
Food: Protein food 2 to 3 times a week, otherwise rather vegetable (Natureholic Mainfeed)
Reproduction: relatively easy, after three to four weeks 15 to 20 young hatch
Behavior: peaceful
Socialization: with shrimps, snails, mussels and peaceful fishes, not with crabs and crayfishes
Further information Foliage for the aquarium + foliage list, Feed shrimp, crabs, snails & mussels properly, 10 tips for beginning aquarists
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