Sunday, October 23, 2016

Caridina Cf. Cantonensis [SHRIMP] [King Kong]

kingkong-shrimp

General Specifications

Latin Name: Caridina cf. cantonensis "King Kong"
Geographic Origin: It is a species has been breeding the aquarium environment. The wild ancestors live in China.
Nutrition Format: Herbivores, well cleaned with specially manufactured feeds for shrimp and steamed vegetables can be given.
Behavior: Peaceful.
Behavior to Their Type: Peaceful.
Swimming Level: Floor and Decor.
Gender Discrimination: Females are larger than males and carry the eggs in the abdomen.

Reproduction

After 4 weekly transport, fry shrimp gradually become an independent individual separated from the female's abdomen. An average female lays 25 eggs. Females average 6 weeks after can start carry new eggs.

Living Medium

Temperature: 18 ° C - 25 ° C
Maximum Sizes: Men's 2 cm., 3 cm in females.
Minimum Aquarium Capacity: 30 liters.
Water Hardness: 8 ° dH
pH: 6.0 - 7.0



General Comments:  General Comments: This is a mutation of the Bee shrimp. Black brightness and increased density value increases. They are one of the most valuable breeding shrimps.