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Introducing Tibee Shrimp!
Known for their unique and striking appearance, Tibee shrimp are a hybrid species created from a cross between bee shrimp and tiger shrimp. They feature a mix of red and black stripes and spots on a translucent body, creating a visually appealing contrast.
Tibee shrimp are active and playful, often seen foraging and exploring their environment. They can be kept for their ornamental value, but also perform important functions like eating algae and helping to maintain water quality.
Tibee shrimp require a well-maintained aquarium with stable temperature and pH levels. They can be fed a variety of food sources, including algae, blanched vegetables, and high-quality shrimp pellets. Tibee shrimp can be kept in groups, but individual males can be territorial and may fight.
Tibee shrimp are compatible with a variety of other freshwater aquarium inhabitants, including fish, snails, and plants. They do best in a planted aquarium or natural water feature with plenty of hiding spots and an appropriate balance of light, water circulation, and nutrients.
This aquatic species is easy to care for and can add a unique and colorful touch to any aquascape. With their distinctive appearance and active behavior, Tibee shrimp are sure to impress and enhance the overall aesthetic of your aquarium.
Type: Shrimp Origin: Hybrid Growth Rate: Moderate Size: Can reach up to 3 cm (1.2 in) in length Light Demand: Not applicable CO2: Not applicable Fertilizer: Not applicable Placement: Tibee shrimp do best in a planted aquarium or natural water feature with plenty of hiding spots and an appropriate balance of light, water circulation, and nutrients. They can be kept in groups, but individual males can be territorial and may fight.