Lennie Posted February 2 Share Posted February 2 Okay. I personally keep my orange sakuras in 29g community tank, and there are def babies surviving, but definitely not majority of them. When I check shrimp safe fish online, I mostly see adult shrimp safe ones, as most of the fish will gladly eat the babies whenever they get an opportunity. Also, the shrimp safe topic seems to have very conflicting opinions between people. Some say their CPD is shrimp safe, another comments theirs tear them apart, keeps attacking until they die, even bigger sized ones. Some say their endlers are fine in a planted tank, others say their females just eat them. Setting densely planted tank setup aside, any fish that can be considered baby/juvinile shrimp safe? Maybe not %100 safe, but most likely to be safe? What about pgymy cories, dwarf/chili rasboras, or any other that comes to your mind? My worry is feeding small rasboras. They are cute but only mid column eaters and eat either frozen/live food or crushed flakes from what Cory says. How hard is it to feed them? The smallest fish I've kept is pygmy cories and allI have to do is dropping a wafer. Really no experience on keeping small mouth fishes. Everything I keep attacks the food lol. https://www.aquariumcoop.com/blogs/aquarium/cherry-shrimp-tankmates I've read this one as well, but this is more toward the adult ones as well from what I understand. Would love to hear some experiences. Maybe something like 10 pygmy cories + 10 dwarf/chili rasboras with shrimp in a 33g? way too understocked, but maybe I can gradually increase it. Cute shrimp pic from online: 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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