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5 Crystal Red Shrimp

Product Description

Crystal Red Shrimp

You will receive five (5) Crystal Red Shrimp, also known as CRS. The pet shrimp you will receive will be sub adults, having a size around a half of an inch (.5 inches). The shrimp generally range from S to SS grade in pattern.

Crystal red shrimp are stunning in color and pattern. They are the red mutation of the wild bee shrimp. Most hobbyists refer to crystal red shrimp as CRS. The CRS is an entry level freshwater shrimp for the Caridina genus. When a hobbyist is making the transition from Neocaridina to Caridina, the crystal red shrimp is a great option to start with. While crystal red require a lower PH, they can still live in condition that are slightly alkaline (PH above 7). 

The grading scale for CRS is somewhat difficult to comprehend at first. Here are the grades in order of highest to lowest: SSS, SS, S, A, B and C. The higher the grade (SSS), the less red the shrimp will have. So, a C grade shrimp will be almost all red while an SSS grade shrimp will be almost completely white. The other way to grade the shrimp is by color and how solid the color is versus being transparent in color. Shrimp with poor color are usually culled (separated) from the colony. 

Here are the tank conditions we keep our CRS at:

Tank Parameters

  • Ph: 6.6 to 6.9
  • Gh: 5 to 7
  • Kh:  0 to 2
  • TDS: 130 to 160
  • Temp: 68 to 74

Tank Equipment

  • Filter: Matten Filter
  • Substrate: Fluval Shrimp Stratum
  • Water: RO/DI Water remineralized with Salty Shrimp Gh+ or Gh/Kh+
  • Decor: Malaysian Driftwood, Java Moss and Indian Almond Leaves

 

$29.95
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Customer Reviews

Based on 126 reviews
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C.S.
All came in great!

These shrimp came in super healthy, active and very well packaged; there was even a little extra shrimp thrown in. Within a day, two had molted already and I feel like that's a good sign. Would Definitely buy from flipaquatics again!

J
J.D.

Beautiful and healthy but tiny!

P
P.F.
Small but hearty

I love my new CRS. they are small but have done extremely well since they arrived. Very happy with my purchase.

J
J.K.

They all arrived alive AND I got 6 instead of 5 shrimp. Great service I will definitely be ordering again

B
B.Y.
Delighted

Arrived on time. Very well packed for the low temp. High quality CRS. 1 DOA. Couple died 3 days later, not unusual. Rest seemed to be okay. Extra compensated for the loss. Overall happy with my purchase. Not hesitant to order again.

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