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Can I mix shrimp in a tank?

Asked: Brady A Martz, Date Created:

Avoid combining different species of the same genus of dwarf freshwater shrimp in the same aquarium to prevent cross-breeding. In other words, don't keep two different species of Neocaridina together, but you can mix a Neocaridina with a Caridina.

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