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  1. #1

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    Default Will cherry shrimp survive in my tank with an angelfish? Pictures included


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    I know angels eat shrimp but I also know that shrimp require good hiding places and lots of plants for cover in order to survive from predators. I was wondering if I could actually have them without all of them dying on me. Sorry about the yellow tint btw, my lights are a bit of yellow
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    A few may make it, but if they are hiding form the angel all of the time, I really see no point in having them, TBH
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    Guess you're right. I have a 10 gallon cycling so I'll just put them in there then

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    Heck yeah, now you're talking!...you could have an awesome shrimp tank with a 10G

    What tank is pictured here, maybe a 29G?

    It looks really nice, I like it...get a black background on it and watch how much your plants and deco (and fish) really "pop" and stand out...nice way to hide equipment, too...something as simple as black posterboard, cut to fit and taped on will make a huge difference

    Ever considered LED lighting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaphppy7 View Post
    Heck yeah, now you're talking!...you could have an awesome shrimp tank with a 10G

    What tank is pictured here, maybe a 29G?

    It looks really nice, I like it...get a black background on it and watch how much your plants and deco (and fish) really "pop" and stand out...nice way to hide equipment, too...something as simple as black posterboard, cut to fit and taped on will make a huge difference

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    Yeah but this was cheaper for the time being since I already had them

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    Understood completely.
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