Yellow Coral Banded Shrimp
This shrimp Stenopus cyanoscelis is less common than its better known cousin, the Stenopus hispidus. The differences between the two species are: a different coloring pattern, especially in thethoraxand legs
Origin western pacific
Either keep alone or in pairs, ensuring that they are not of the same sex. Cohabitation with other shrimp species is not recommended.
Can be aggressive to other Banded Shrimp
Tank Size 57 Litres
sg 1.020 - 1.025
pH 8.2 - 8.4
Water Hardness 8-12 °d
Diet Carnivore will eat waste food, detritus etc.
Sensitive to ammonia, nitrites and copper, need iodine to help moulting