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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhiz22 View Post
    Where to buy these?
    I have opae shrimps for sale

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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

    I run a Opae ula shrimp dedicated forum for anyone looking for information, care guides and community! www.opaeula.co.uk

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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

    This is my Opae Ula shrimp setup.

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    hi marco! how can i contact you?

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    My tank population is booming. Contact me at [email protected] if you are interested to get some.

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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

    Hi, I have Opae Ula as well.... super red ones...
    https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ai85Ew-30oMntFuXMljMBBIqOadP




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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

    Hi all. Newbie question: OK to add blackwater extract to distilled water with marine salt for opae ula? What plants are suitable for opae ula tanks? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kklim View Post
    Hi all. Newbie question: OK to add blackwater extract to distilled water with marine salt for opae ula? What plants are suitable for opae ula tanks? Thanks.

    If you are using marine salt, then it is good enough, as long as you maintained the correct salinity level for brackish water.
    Not many plants that you can buy in SG, are suitable for brackish water, so far i've tried Chaetomorpha and marimo balls, both are ok.

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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

    hi, how much will that be for per shrimp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doublechoc View Post
    Hi, I have Opae Ula as well.... super red ones...
    https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ai85Ew-30oMntFuXMljMBBIqOadP



    do you sell them? how much will that be?

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    Hi bro,

    Can teach me how to create the brackish water?
    I tried buying brackish salt and mix to salinity of 1.01, added corals, moss balls and shells, however after i added my shrimps they died the next day.
    =(

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaspingGurami View Post
    The Hawaiian Red Shrimp, Opae ula, Hawaiian Volcano Shrimp, Anchialine Shrimp. From what I've read in some websites, this shrimp is a really tough survivor, and I'd like to keep some with my cherries. Has anyone ever seen this shrimp being sold at our LFS?
    I just buy sea salt and it to the salinity 1.008/1.010(you can google) after that put in the moss ball and etc... then need to let the water settle down at least 24hr..


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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy View Post
    Hi bro,

    Can teach me how to create the brackish water?
    I tried buying brackish salt and mix to salinity of 1.01, added corals, moss balls and shells, however after i added my shrimps they died the next day.
    =(
    I just buy sea salt and it to the salinity 1.008/1.010(you can google) after that put in the moss ball and etc... then need to let the water settle down at least 24hr..


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    Coming soon


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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

    You can add marimos as well, make sure to acclimate them first

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    Yes... now got a little problem to re measures the salinity again... my hydrometer is long stick canít measure direct...
    ps:i pick up some snails in the coastal and it seems all crawling on top of the cover.. may be the water not suitable!


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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

    After transferring them to new tank above, they look all white... with some red. It is because the black sand; previously is with white sand....
    ps: what food to feed them..?


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    Re: Opae ula shrimp

    These shrimp are omnivores and eat the same food as the freshwater shrimp, eg. red cherry shrimp. But they are smaller than the freshwater ones, so feed lesser amount and also less frequently as they actively forage bio-film and algae existing in the tank. Food leftover after a few hours will cause bacteria bloom, ammonia rise and lower oxygen level very quickly. Itís best to alternate your feeding with processed pellets and unprocessed food, I frequently switch pellets, frozen green pea or quality powdered spirulina. The result is very good as the colony size grew rapidly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by catnap View Post
    These shrimp are omnivores and eat the same food as the freshwater shrimp, eg. red cherry shrimp. But they are smaller than the freshwater ones, so feed lesser amount and also less frequently as they actively forage bio-film and algae existing in the tank. Food leftover after a few hours will cause bacteria bloom, ammonia rise and lower oxygen level very quickly. Itís best to alternate your feeding with processed pellets and unprocessed food, I frequently switch pellets, frozen green pea or quality powdered spirulina. The result is very good as the colony size grew rapidly.


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