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  1. #21

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    I've got a couple of amanos in my 20gal...the tetras, and for that matter, everyone else, generally ignores them. The frogs tend to bump heads once in awhile with them, but I think thats more a 'hey, you're in my space' sort of thing. Recently, the shrimp seem to have migrated from the little cave the frogs took over to the backside of the driftwood, so they seem happy.

    I can't see how tetras would bother these shrimp, but I guess the amanos are bigger than red cherries...the amanos are probably as large as anything else in the tank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf_eyes
    Do not put in harlequin rasboras as mine ate my adolescent shrimp.

    I just googled that fish. That's what I have! EEEK... hope my adult shrimpypoos are safe!
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    hi there ,

    Tetra have a shorter red line where Cardinals red line goes from tail to head
    Neon

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  4. #24

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    Hmmmm I can't find most of MY shrimp....dangit! I still say the tetras aren't suspect.....possibly my swordtails...grrr
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    Looks like I missed a lively discussion here! I especially like the image of Mith's clawed shrimp trying to catch his fish, he he he

    I'll avoid harlequin rasboras for this tank. Cardinal tetras are pretty, easy to find around here, and seem like they will be ok with shrimp so maybe I'll get a school of those.

    Thanks for the input everyone!
    20 gallon tank - harlequin rasboras, rummynose tetras, panda corys, one lone pygmy cory that didn't die when the others did.

    10 gallon tank - planned planted with tetras and red cherry shrimp?

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    RCS are the nachos of fresh water. Their young are tiny and almost any fish will eat them. Only fish I'd trust with RCS are Ottocinclus or other plecs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mith
    I just googled that fish. That's what I have! EEEK... hope my adult shrimpypoos are safe!
    Adults will be fine, they might get chased every now and again if anything. The smaller ones, like .50-.75 inches are seen as food. They quickly cleaned out the shrimplets I had when i first put the shrimp into the tank, but after that everyone was ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf_eyes
    Adults will be fine, they might get chased every now and again if anything. The smaller ones, like .50-.75 inches are seen as food. They quickly cleaned out the shrimplets I had when i first put the shrimp into the tank, but after that everyone was ok.
    I haven't been seewing that many, but then I know they're nocturnal and most of them are hiding anyway.

    Thanks
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    10 gallons is a gigantic amount for them. Don't worry. You can cramp a school of fish and the same amount of cherries together in an even smaller aquarium. It says Neon tetras and shrimps can live pretty easily. Just make sure your pets have full belies and clean water.

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    Old thread, OP hasn't replied in 12+ years, thread closed.
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