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Singapore/Bamboo Shrimp

Sold in packs of 3

Regular price $10.00 per fish/plant/shrimp

Please ensure the quantity is a multiple of the pack size. Orders with incorrect quantities may be subject to cancellation.

Scientific Name:  Atyopsis moluccensis

Singapore/Bamboo Shrimp - 3 pack

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From Wikipedia: Atyopsis is a genus of freshwater shrimp from Southeast Asia. They are found on high islands from Sri Lanka to the Samoan Islands, and as far north as Okinawa, as well as on the Asian mainland from the Malay Peninsula to India. When kept in the aquarium this species prefers to have a moderate water flow. This shrimp feeds using its feather like claspers to filter particles from the water. If food is scarce you may find them foraging through the substrate. Like any other crustacean the bamboo shrimp will molt in order to grow. During this process the shrimp is very vulnerable to predation so ample hiding spaces should be provided e.g. small cave structures, dense foliage, etc. Its diet consists of plant and or algae particles.

  • Male/Female: Will be picked at random (no custom orders)

Customer Reviews

Based on 42 reviews

One died but was not able to send email on that day. While checking now, I was not able to send the email. others were healthy. And one Nerite snail is also DOA.

Leslie Sockwell
Healthy shrimp

The shrimp came in nice and healthy & are doing well in my tank. I see them often in the flow from the filters.

Cody Setzer

All 3 arrived alive and very active. These shrimp were very nervous and his the first two weeks I had them but they’re all happy and healthy!