Orange CPO Dwarf Mexican Crayfish/Mini Lobster (Cambarellus patzcuarensis) feature a beautiful and eye-catching fiery orange coloration
Its stunning, eye-catching, and blazing orange color will liven up any aquarium. These shrimp are larger and more hardy than dwarf shrimp, so you can keep them in a tank as small as 5 gallons (they can grow up to 1.6 inches long). Their bright colors and large size make them one of the most striking invertebrates we have. It's also simple to maintain these fish because they don't require a lot of food and will happily consume virtually any kind of fish food, including scraps.
They don't hibernate like other crayfish do but instead are active all day long. If you're interested in invertebrates but haven't gotten your feet wet yet, adding one or two to an aquarium is a great place to begin!
CPO Crayfish have been known to eat dwarf shrimp, so keep that in mind if you have any in your tank. These fish have lived happily alongside guppies, moss, and other aquarium inhabitants.
Neon Yellow Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi) brilliant yellow coloration draws the eye directly to these dynamic little creatures
Orange Rili Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi) feature a striking orange and white coloration, with the white parts often appearing translucent
Painted Fire Red Cherry Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi) are the highest grade of red cherry shrimp available
Red Rili Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi) feature a striking red and white coloration, with the white parts often appearing translucent
Sky Blue Velvet Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi) The striking sky blue coloration of these Sky Blue Velvet Shrimp adds elegance and a soothing ambiance to any aquarium set-up