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|Propagation:||possible in fresh water|
The red equivalent of the Black Panda shrimp is the Red Wine shrimp. This color form also belongs to the Shadow shrimp, also called Taiwan shrimp. Typically, the Red Wine has two white continuous bands on the abdomen, and it definitely has more white than the Red Ruby. Both the red and white are very intense and opaque. Dark streaks may be present in the red of the Red Wine, hence the name "Shadow Shrimp". Shadow shrimp are believed to have their origin in a mating of bee shrimp with tiger shrimp. The females of the Red Wine shrimp reach a body length of 2.5 to 3 cm, the males do not grow quite as large and also remain slimmer than the females.
The Red Wine shrimp likes clean, very soft, slightly acidic, oxygen-rich water. The temperature should not exceed 25 °C. Room temperature is sufficient, in summer even cooling may be necessary. Tap water is usually not suitable for keeping and breeding Red Wine shrimp. We keep these shrimps like all Shadow Shrimps in our store on active Soil and in osmosis water, which we bring to a conductance of 300 microsiemens with Salty Shrimp mineral salt. Active Soil makes the water soft and keeps the pH in an optimal range for Taiwan shrimps. This maintenance is also recommended in the home aquarium. 10 to 30% of the water should be changed per week, so that waste products are discharged.
Wine Red shrimps are not very choosy when it comes to the Food concerning the food. They should be fed a predominantly vegetable diet with protein provided only twice a week with a suitable protein food . Brown autumn leaves should not be missing as a permanent food in any shrimp aquarium.
If the Red Wine shrimp feels well and the external conditions fit, it can be bred relatively well. The female releases between 20 and 40 young after three to four weeks. The eggs are attached to the swimming legs under the pleon during the gestation period. The very small juveniles do not move much at the beginning and stayed in the place where they hatched. We recommend the administration of Dust foodwhich is well distributed in the aquarium and reaches all the young animals.
The Red Wine shrimp is a peaceful group animal, which has no problems with other shrimps, provided that the demands on the water values are about the same. In order to cause the animals as little stress as possible, Red Wine shrimp should be kept in a species tank. Possibly they can be kept together with peaceful snails and small, peaceful fish. Not good partners are crabs, predatory snails, crabs, mussels and large, lively and predatory fish.
Our food recommendation: NatureHolic's soft Mainfeed Softpads 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 the 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:||Caridina sp.|
|German Name:||Red Wine shrimp, Wine Red shrimp (Taiwan shrimp / Shadow Bee)|
|Difficulty level:||for professionals|
|Origin/Distribution:||Breeding form from Taiwan|
|Coloration:||intense and opaque red-white banded|
|Age expectancy:||18 to 24 months|
|Water parameters:||GH 3 to 10, KH 0 to 3, pH 5 to 7.5, temperature 15 to 25 °C|
|Tank size:||10 l and up, but we recommend a size of at least 20 l|
|Food:||Protein food 1 to 2x weekly, otherwise rather vegetable(Natureholic Mainfeed)|
|Propagation:||relatively easy, after three to four weeks 20 to 40 young hatch|
|Socialization:||pure shrimp tanks should be preferred|
|Further information||Foliage for the aquarium + foliage list, Feed shrimp, crayfish, snails & mussels properly, 10 tips for budding aquarists|
- Item no: 2503
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