How do you care for OPAE Ula?
Opae Ula Shrimp should be provided with coral, limestone, lava rocks, etc. to provide shelter as well as surface area for grazing on algae and microbes. Tip: Do no use things like live rock from marine tanks. Most of the organisms on that rock cannot survive in low salinity and will die off.
How often do you feed OPAE Ula?
These shrimp only need to be fed tiny amounts every 2-6 weeks or so.
What do you feed OPAE Ula?
‘Opae ‘ula feeds on algae and the oxygen that algae create. You may feed ‘opae ‘ula supplemental food such as blue-green algae (spirulina flakes from health food or pet stores), but this is not necessary as long as there is enough algae growing in the jar. A one-gallon jar should sustain five ‘opae ‘ula.
Why is my OPAE Ula white?
Re: Why Opae Ula turn white I’ve noticed whenever the water is not within their preferred limits, they have a tendency to turn white. Once the levels are on point, they turn back to red. I started my opaeula tank around 5 years ago with 20 shrimps.
What do you feed Opae ula?
Why is my Opae ula white?
Why are my Opae ula dying?
Re: My opae ula are dying. The “aquarium salt” is most likely the cause of death for your shrimp. These shrimp are pretty tough and don’t die easily…even at slightly elevated ammonia conditions they mostly hide until things are better, but if they drop dead left and right there is a serious issue obviously.
How long do Axolotls live for?
10 years of age
Axolotls require an aquatic environment with very specific temperature, water quality and husbandry requirements. Axolotls can live for up to 10 years of age if cared for correctly. Axolotls should be kept in an aquatic environment. They require the water temperature to be maintained between 14 and 19°C.
Can cherry shrimp live in brackish water?
They are very adaptable to all kinds of water conditions. As for the red cherry shrimp, they can actually live and breed in slightly brackish water, too, as long as they are acclimated slowly.
Why are my Opae ula pale?
Why are my Opae ula shrimp always pale in colour? The two main things that cause shrimp to lose their colour are poor water quality and stress from internal and external influences.