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Holi Skrimps Opae ula Halocardina rubra

Self sustainable ecosystem with 5 live Opae Ula halocardinia rubra Super Shrimp Pet Shrimp

Self sustainable ecosystem with 5 live Opae Ula halocardinia rubra Super Shrimp Pet Shrimp

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Self-sustainable ecosystem with 5 live Halocaridina rubra also know as super shrimp, hawaii red volcano shrimp, opae ula is by far the easiest aquatic pet you could possibly own. They require minimal maintenance and live up to 20 years. Opae ula, also known as Hawaiian red shrimp or volcanic shrimp, are a species of shrimp that are native to Hawaii. They are typically kept in small, self-contained ecosystems and are popular among aquarium enthusiasts. Here are some tips for caring for opae ula: 1. Water: Opae ula require clean, brackish water with a salinity level of about 1.010-1.012. This can be achieved by mixing freshwater and marine salt in the correct proportion. It's important to use a high-quality marine salt mix and measure the salinity level using a refractometer. 2. Tank: Opae ula are best kept in a small aquarium or container with a capacity of 1-3 gallons. They prefer a tank with a sandy substrate and plenty of hiding places such as rocks or plants. 3. Lighting: Opae ula do not require special lighting, but you can use a small LED light to enhance the beauty of their habitat. 4. Feeding: Opae ula are scavengers and will feed on algae, bacteria, and other microorganisms that grow in their environment. They do not require feeding, but you can supplement their diet with small amounts of algae wafers or other shrimp food. 5. Temperature: Opae ula prefer a temperature range of 68-78°F (20-26°C). They can tolerate a wide range of temperatures, but sudden fluctuations can be harmful. Overall, opae ula are relatively easy to care for and can provide a unique and fascinating addition to your home or office.

Included Components 5 live opae ula and water, Fan coral, Lava rock or coral, Glass jar, Gravel substrate
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