Zones 4 - 11. This aquatic perennial's tuberous roots colonize the soil at the bottom of earth-bottom ponds, or the soil in containers fully submerged in lined ponds. The stems of the leaves can reach the surface of water that's nearly two feet deep-and then continue upward, above the water, a few inches or even a foot farther. The roots don't tolerate frost but the tubers and roots are hardy anywhere the water above the soil is deep enough that the pond's surface-ice doesn't freeze all the way down to the soil, and yet is not so deep that their leaves can't reach at least a bit above the water's surface to get the full sun they need to grow and flower: From the frost-free tropics of Zone 11, then, all the way down to the seriously-Wintered Zone 4 of Northern Vermont and Canada. Few plants, aquatic or terrestrial, have such a world-wide versatility.
Planaria trap comes with 3 holes design which is able to trap planaria efficiently to reduce planaria population in tank. Planaria trapped inside the tube will never able to come out from the designed hole. Trap/Catches Planaria, Flat Worms and Leeches. Put in bait such as raw pork liver, dead fish, shrimp, meat, etc, then fill the trap with water and place it with holes facing down soil bed. Switch off lighting during planaria trapping. - Equally effective for leeches - Please don't feed before trap A simple device made of glass that catches plannaria and seed shrimps effectively. Put bait food in the pen and place the pen flatly to the gravel. Push the pen a little further down into the gravel to prevent shrimplets from entering. Size: 5" (12.8cm) X 0.86"(2.2cm)
Aquatic Arts 10 Breather Bags for Shipment or Transportation of Fish, Shrimp, Aquatic Animals (Compare to Kordon Breathing Bag)
Manufacturer: Aquatic Arts LLC
Brand: Aquatic Arts
This listing is for 10 Aquatic Arts Breather Bags. Breathing bags are a revolutionary product that has totally changed the way live aquatic animals are shipped. Instead of using 1/4 water and 3/4 oxygen (which requires an oxygen tank), you fill the bag ALL the way with water! This means that the animals inside are not violently sloshed around during shipping, there is more water to insulate and absorb waste, and there is less space taken up by the bag! These breathing bags are also thicker than others on the market, meaning there is no need to double bag unless large crayfish or fish with tough and sharp dorsal spines are being shipped.
20 Live Sakura Fire Red Cherry Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi) - Breeding Age Young Adults at 1/2 to 1 Inch Long by Aquatic Arts
Manufacturer: Aquatic Arts
Brand: Aquatic Arts
Add some color and excitement to your aquarium with Red Cherry Shrimp! These shrimp look great, clean your tank, and are a blast to watch! They are very active and breed very quickly. Each bag contains at least 20 Cherry Shrimp, but we usually ship extras. We generally ship young adult shrimp that are already of breeding age. These are freshwater shrimp and can live in almost any freshwater aquarium. They are very popular for planted tanks and community tanks, and many people use them in large aquariums for waste management and algae control. All Red Cherry Shrimp are extremely adaptable creatures that can live in almost any freshwater aquarium. Some of the younger shrimp have not reached their full potential yet and will grow into a deep red color as long as they are comfortable in the tank. Lower intensity lighting and dark substrate also helps them achieve the deepest and darkest reds. RECOMMENDED TANK PARAMETERS: - pH level range: 6.0 - 8.0 - Temperature range: 65Â° - 80Â° F - Water type: Soft to hard - Recommended Aquatic Arts tank mates: Other types of dwarf shrimp (such as Blue Velvet shrimp, Neon Yellow Shrimp, Green Babaulti shrimp, etc.), various types of snails (such as Nerite Snails, Sulawesi Snails, etc.). They can also be kept with small to medium-sized, non-aggressive fish. - Additional notes: Relatively easy to care for - similar to other dwarf shrimp species. Dwarf shrimp prefer to live in tanks with live aquatic plants (such as java moss, anubias b...
Aquarium Super Sucker Mounted Underwater Resin Mini Volcano Air Stone Pump Bubble Fish tank Decorations Ornament
Manufacturer: Blue Aqua
Brand: Blue Aqua
Directions for use: 1. Directly throw in the aquarium,or buried it's base in the sand or pebbles 2. It will automatically vertical in the water,not crooked 3. No any pollution and damage to aquatic life 4. Provide places for nitrifying bacteria adhesion Specifications: Material: resin Color: Multicolor Size: 2.75*2.55*2.48 inch
Ghost Shrimp are an interesting addition to any tank. They are bottom swimmers and walk along plant life collecting small particles of food that hasn't been eaten. They also help to keep tanks clean by eating algae. Great for planted tanks. Ghost Shrimp are also a great feeder option for other fish. Will ship Priority Mail (average 2-3 days delivery time) and include adequate insulation if the destination is below 30 degrees .We include extras to account for the possibility of doa. If upon arrival the total count of shrimp alive, is less than you ordered, please let me know within 24 hours and include a photo of shrimp in unopened bag. I will issue a partial refund.
10 Blue Velvet Shrimp - Neocaridina davidi Live Freshwater Aquarium Shrimp - 1/4 to 1 inch long by SoShrimp
Blue Velvet shrimp, Neocaridina davidi var. Water Parameters: pH 6.5 - 7.5 gH 8 - 12 kH 0 - 5 TDS 250 - 300 Temperature 68 - 78F Difficulty: Easy Blue Velvet shrimp should be kept in a well established shrimp only tank with plenty of biofilms for them to graze on. They can also tolerate a wide range of water parameters, as long as your tank is stable and free of ammonia and nitrite. Nitrate should be under 20ppm. Feed only 2-3 times a week, make sure to remove uneaten food after 2 hours. If you keep them in a community tank, make sure it is heavily planted so the shrimps have enough hiding places. Even small fishes like tetras and guppies will harm the shrimp. Otocinclus is the only compatible fish that will not eat shrimp.
Crinum calamistratum is an aquatic plant from Central Africa that has been available in the hobby for several years now. Records from the holotype specimen collected in 1948 indicate that the plant was taken from the Kumba region of Cameroon. This is the smallest of the Crinum species that are usually kept in aquaria, but it is still a fairly sizeable plant. This Crinum has a unique structure of long, slender, deeply wrinkled, dark green leaves that can extend up to four feet in length. Leaves start off growing upward at a slight angle from the bulb, but quickly produce an assortment of curls and loops. For aquascaping purposes, a single full-grown plant can provide a strong focal point. The unique growth pattern and leaf texture provide an interesting visual contrast to typical groupings of stem plants. Despite its slow growth pattern, it requires fairly high light levels and will benefit from CO2 supplementation. Large, healthy plants will eventually produce a number of daughter plants circumferentially around the bulb. After forming three or four leaves, each can be carefully teased away with its own small bulb and root system. Sexual reproduction has also been reported, but is much less common. The aquarium location for this plant should be selected with careful consideration of its light requirements and eventual size. It does best when allowed to firmly establish itself. Frequent moves or excessive shading will result in dropped leaves and a poor root system. C. calamis...