5 Live Blue Diamond Shrimp aka Sapphire Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi) - Breeding Age Adults at 1/2 to 1 Inch Long by Aquatic Arts
Manufacturer: Aquatic Arts
Brand: Aquatic Arts
These shrimp are a stunning dark blue color, making them look like living gems in any aquarium set-up! Not only are these shrimp gorgeous to behold, they also clean your tank and are a blast to watch! They are very active and breed very quickly. These are the same species as Red Cherry Shrimp and Neon Yellow shrimp (Neocaridina davidi, formerly Neocaridina heteropoda). Care requirements for Blue Diamond Shrimp are essentially the same as Red Cherry Shrimp, and they are just as prolific. We generally ship young adult shrimp that are already of breeding age. These are freshwater shrimp and are very popular for planted tanks and community tanks. Many people use them in large aquariums for waste management and algae control. Some younger shrimp have not reached their full potential yet and will become a deeper blue color as long as they are comfortable in the tank. RECOMMENDED TANK PARAMETERS: - PH level range: 6.0 to 8.0 - Temperature range: 72 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit - Water type: Soft or hard, as long as it remains stable - Recommended Aquatic Arts tank mates: Other types of dwarf shrimp (such as Neon Yellow Shrimp, Amano Shrimp, etc.), various types of snails (such as Nerite Snails, Mystery 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, willow hyg...
Altum aquatic shrimp and plant aquarium soil is made from high quality volcanic ash and kurobokudo, an organic soil unique to japan. Balanced nutrients and pH buffering ability create ideal water conditions for healthy plant growth and shrimp development. This specially shaped granules allow for excellent oxygen and water circulation, thus improving the biological filtration of the aquarium. Dark, black granules create the perfect contrast for vibrant aquascaping and raising shrimps. Made from all natural ingredients without dyes.
Frosted Gravel. 100-percent Acrylic Coating. Will not alter the chemistry of your aquarium water. Non-toxic. Colorfast. Fresh and Saltwater Aquariums. Ponds. Terrariums. Gardens. Potted Plants. Vases. Ash Trays. Crafts and Hobbies.
Pure Water Pebbles Aquarium Gravel, 25-Pound, Neon Red
Manufacturer: WORLD WIDE IMPORTS ENT., INC.
Brand: Pure Water Pebbles
Pure Water Pebbles Neon Red Aquarium Gravel 25LBS (Grain size: 3.1-6.3mm). Use them in your aquariums and ponds to make the floor bottom look great. It provides living space for beneficial microbes and anchoring for plants. It also helps with the filtering process of the water in your aquarium tank or pond by increasing the surface area available for nitrifying bacteria to colonize. Recommended Uses: Fresh & Saltwater Aquariums. Ponds. Terrariums. Gardens. Potted Plants. Vases. Ash Trays. Crafts & Hobbies.
ADA Aqua Soil Amazonia LIGHT (9 Liter) Normal Type
Manufacturer: Aqua Design Amano Co. Ltd
Brand: Aqua Design Amano
Amazonia Light, a new addition to the Aqua Soil lineup, has been developed as a substrate material that even newcomer aquascapers can easily use. Although made from the same natural soil as the base material, this new soil has different color and properties from the conventional type of Amazonia soil. It is characterized as natural earth color substrate and contained natural black soil that sufficiently promotes the growth of aquatic plants.
Safe & Non-Toxic (Small Size, 0.14" to 0.2" Inch) 20 Pound Bag of "Acrylic Coated" Gravel & Pebbles Decor for Freshwater & Saltwater Aquarium w/ Beige Beach Sand Tone Style [Light Brown, White & Tan]
Manufacturer: mySimple Products
Brand: mySimple Products
Color: brown, tan, white
SIZE OF SUBSTRATE: Substrates vary widely in terms of size - everything from sands consisting of very tiny particles to larger river rocks. Large particle substrates allow more uneaten food and waste to penetrate into it leading to toxic build ups if not cleaned. Small particle substrates can compact which may lead to areas that lack oxygen. These areas can eventually release hydrogen sulfide - a substance that is extremely toxic to fish. The size of the particles also has a big impact on the health of the fish and the ease of cleaning. For instance, some fish like to scoop the substrate in their mouth and move it around. It is not a good idea to mix these species with sand because the small particles can irritate them. Sand can also be somewhat difficult to clean as the small particles often get vacuumed out of the tank along with the waste. On the other hand, some fish enjoy making nests or homes out of the substrate and in these instances, large particle sizes would not be conducive to this habit. As you can see, it is important to research the specific needs of your fish when considering the appropriate particle size.