Frequently Asked Questions

Can Cherry Shrimp Live with Guppies?

Yes, Cherry Shrimp can share a tank with guppies. Both species are peaceful, prefer similar water parameters, and are typically good community tank dwellers. Guppies feed primarily on high-protein food and are unlikely to prey upon adult shrimp.

Consider two things, although guppies do not usually exhibit aggressive behavior, they might eat baby shrimp. So, ample hiding spots are a must. Additionally, both species are prolific breeders. If your tank isn’t large enough to accommodate a potential population boom, it would be advisable to regulate the breeding or select a more manageable tankmate for your Cherry Shrimp.

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