Red line- lysmata amboinensis information.

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Red line- lysmata amboinensis information.

Post  liquidg on 12th July 2012, 3:24 pm

I had a look for some red line shrimps a few years back for my tub to maybe breed as once before beyond the one I already have in the display tank.
To keep or raise red lines most do not realise that they are predated on by so many of your other tank mates that its not funny, so no! your tank life will not protect them due to their cleaning, that is a fallacy!

In the ocean it is the same, they are fair game to be a snack, for most red lines safety is only a result of one eel species, hence what we would call them,  an eel cleaner shrimp.
This is that eel species
Just watching you.
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You go to touch its red lines.
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A juvenile of that eel species ready to guard its red lines in the future.
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