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Buy Blue Bolt Shrimp

Blue Bolts Shrimps are blueish/white shrimp that are part of the Taiwan Bee Family. These Blue Bolts color can change due to water temperature and parameter. These fantastic shrimps are great for breeding projects. When a Blue bolt mix with a Black King Kong, the offsprings may come out to Shadow Black King Kong.Blue Bolt Shrimps can be kept with other Taiwan Bees but is not recommended because it may bring down the quality of the blue bolt. To improve its coloration, its best to keep the best looking ones together. These are great for people who kept shrimps and are looking into something different and a little more challenging. A general rule of thumb of keeping shrimps is 10 shrimps per gallon. Blue Bolt Shrimps are non-aggressive and spend most of their time eating algae and biofilm off plants, glass, and substrate.

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Although it's rare that shrimps will arrive DOA, it does occur due to the process of shipping and the amount of stress it puts on the shrimps so we always recommend overnight shipping. In an event of an DOA, a refund or reshipment will be issued for only the DOA (not including the shipping cost).

The quality of the shrimp I received was great! Unfortunately the lack of communication regarding the order and shipping was really poor. I understand during my order the business moved locations, I completely understand that it would take much longer to receive my order than originally excepted but someone should have updated my order. I reached out with 2 separate emails looking for an update.

The blue bolts that we sell all have great coloration and have varying levels of blue and white. In the past, Taiwan Bees were considered some of the hardest to keep and breed pet shrimp. Between 2009 and 2014, hobbyists stabilized the Taiwan bee shrimp line giving it more stability in the aquarium. This was achieved by adding in new genetic pools making the Taiwan bee shrimp much easier to keep and breed. For a hobbyist ready to take their hobby to the next level, these shrimp are a great place to start.

It is great to be aware of the fact that all Taiwan Bee shrimp can be kept in the same tank with out risk of hybridizing. All Taiwan Bee shrimp share similar genetic lines so they will produce shrimp that look similar to the parents. Red King Kongs, Red Pandas, Black King King Kongs, Black Pandas and Blue Bolts can all be kept in the same aquarium.

Blue Bolt shrimp are a variety of Taiwan Bee shrimp, they are a mutation of crystal red, crystal black, and golden bee shrimp. Like all Caridina shrimp, blue bolts prefer clean, soft acidic water with a pH of 6 - 6.8, and gH of 4 - 6, they require cool temperature between 68 and 78 degrees F.

Aquarium must be fully cycled with a lot of biofilms and plants for them to graze on. Ammonia and nitrite should always be zero, nitrate under 25ppm. Weekly water change of 10-20% is suggested to keep the nitrate low. Feed only 2-3 times a week as overfeeding will cause shrimp death.

Breeding blue bolt shrimp is the same as breeding other crystal shrimp. Female shrimp will carry the eggs for about 30 days until they are hatched to miniature size of their parents. It is important to have a well established aquarium in order for the shrimplets to survive as they can only consume biofilms until they grow older.

If you're looking for an unusual dwarf shrimp with stunning colors that's still pretty easy to keep and breed, you're on the right page. Blue bolt shrimp are a type of Taiwan bee with a white and blue body. Their beautiful color and effectiveness as a cleaning crew are sure to make these Caridinas the centerpiece of any tank.

Blue bolt shrimp are a bee shrimp variety, just like the more well-known Crystal red shrimp. This means their care requirements are quite similar. General dwarf shrimp care guidelines also apply. Go for an aquarium of at least 5 gallons (19L), but keep in mind that a larger setup is easier to keep stable.

If you're a beginner, you might want to consider something like a 10 gallon (38L), as blue bolt shrimp aren't as sturdy as their Neocaridina cousins. They can be sensitive to bad water values. Tanks this size can sustain large colonies without a problem.

While you might be able to get away with an unfiltered but heavily planted tank for the less sensitive shrimp varieties, you really do need a filter if you want to keep blue bolts. A regular sponge filter works fine. If you go for something else, be sure to use a prefilter sponge to prevent baby shrimp from disappearing in there.

Another thing you should always have on hand is a liquid test kit to determine whether the water cycle is complete and stable. Never introduce blue bolts (or any shrimp/fish for that matter) into an uncycled aquarium!

Like all shrimp, blue bolts need plenty of hiding places in the aquarium to feel safe. They also like to have all kinds of surfaces to forage on. Plants like Java moss will be much appreciated and aren't difficult to grow at all.

As discussed, blue bolts and other fancy Caridina cf cantonensis varieties aren't always the easiest shrimp to keep alive. They have specific demands when it comes to water values and are especially sensitive to low water quality. Even the slightest bit of ammonia or nitrite can quickly kill them and nitrates should always be kept low as well.

Water value-wise, blue bolt shrimp like soft and slightly acidic water, though there is a bit of wiggle room. Temperatures can be anywhere between 65-85 F. Be sure to always use a heater unless room temps are very consistent. After all, again, fluctuations can quickly kill these sensitive shrimp.

When it comes to dwarf shrimp, always be careful with tankmates, especially if you're looking to breed. Almost all fish species have an appetite for (baby) shrimp, so it's a good idea to stick to just peaceful inverts. If you really want to keep the bioload low (and water quality high), just avoid all risks and go for a shrimp-only setup. This especially applies to the more expensive and rare types like blue bolts: you just don't want to lose any!

Like most shrimp, blue bolts naturally eat anything they can find. They spend much of their time picking algae and aufwuchs off every surface in the tank. Because most tanks don't contain enough nutrients for the shrimp to survive this way you should offer extra food once a day or so.

Most shrimp aren't picky when it comes to food. A high quality shrimp food and regular variation in the form of blanched veggies, frozen foods and pretty much anything that's green and safe should work well. Be sure to remove any uneaten foods within a few hours, as anything decaying in the aquarium can quickly cause issues with the water values.

Breeding your blue bolt shrimp isn't the easiest thing. These fragile shrimp can be a little difficult to get to reproduce. If the water parameters are in order and your shrimp are well-fed, healthy females should start carrying eggs soon. These hatch into tiny versions of the adults after around 30 days.

Blue bolt shrimp are not a very common shrimp variety to be found in aquarium stores. Because they are so uncommon, they are also not the cheapest shrimp out there, but more than worth it if you're looking for a real eyecatcher.

If you're interested in starting your own colony, you might be able to get your shrimp from a fellow hobbyist or you can buy online. The Shrimp Farm also sells blue bolt shrimp with live arrival guarantee and ships them right to your doorstep. You can buy your shrimp here.

If the challenge of keeping and breeding blue bolt shrimp is a little too much for you, there are various other blue shrimp varieties to choose from. Check out the article on 9 beautiful blue aquarium shrimp to meet them all!

These are very nice blue bolts from my Extreme Blue Bolt colony. Parents will have been of high grade. They are a beautiful blue color, with very nice coverage. Be aware: these may not come in with the intense blue, but once they get settled into your tank and get closer to maturity, the blues will really start coming out. Blue Bolts are a great shrimp to enter into the caridina shrimp world. They're quite easy to keep and get breeding quickly. *Babies are coming! I currently have a waitlist going for these. If you would like to be added to the wait list, please contact me through our contact form if you would like an estimate on the wait time, or sign up on this listing to be notified when they're back in stock! Our HOMEBREDBlue Bolt Shrimp are kept in the following parameters:

These are a really beautiful blue. They were cheaper and better quality than the other blue bolts I've purchased from a bigger online supplier that ships and quarantines the shrimp instead of raising them. They are bright blue over most of their body. Really good deal for the quality!

Blue bolt shrimp (Caridina cf cantonensis) are amongst the most popular freshwater ornamentals and are of high retail value. Therefore, today I would like to talk more about this wonderful species, from their diet to breeding, and find out if these are the shrimp for you.

Blue bolt shrimp are one of the most beautiful and recognizable species of shrimp that you can keep in a freshwater aquarium. The combination of spectacular colors and cleaning functions places them between one of the most preferred ornamental species of freshwater invertebrates. 041b061a72


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