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Red / Orange Crab (Uca Species, Fiddler Crab Group)
Fiddler crabs are small, colorful crabs that are popular in the aquarium hobby. They are named for the distinctive oversized claw that the male of the species uses to attract mates and ward off predators. Fiddler crabs are native to estuaries and marshes along the coasts of the Americas, Africa, and Asia, and they are often found in brackish or slightly salty water. In the aquarium hobby, they are usually kept in freshwater aquariums, and they can be a fun and interesting addition to a community tank. Fiddler crabs are social creatures that prefer to live in groups, and they require an aquarium with a mix of land and water areas, as well as a source of food and shelter.
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Ghost shrimp, also known as glass shrimp, are a small, freshwater crustacean commonly kept in aquariums. They are transparent in appearance, which makes them appear almost invisible in the tank. Ghost shrimp are known for their scavenging abilities and can help to keep the aquarium clean by eating leftover food and other debris. They are peaceful and can coexist with a variety of fish and other invertebrates. Ghost shrimp are relatively easy to care for and make great pets for beginner aquarists.
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Orange Rili Shrimp, also known as Fire Rili Shrimp, are a selectively bred variation of the Neocaridina shrimp species. They have a bright orange body with white markings that create a unique pattern. The Rili pattern is caused by the lack of pigmentation in the white areas of the shrimp. Like other Neocaridina shrimp, Orange Rili Shrimp are easy to care for and can be kept in a variety of freshwater aquariums. They are known to be hardy and adaptable, making them a popular choice for beginner shrimp keepers. Orange Rili Shrimp are also active and social, and will often be seen foraging and exploring their surroundings in search of food.