Hinge-beak Shrimp - Cinetorhynchus/Rhynchocinetes sp.

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$16.99
SKU: 206688
Manufacturer: That Fish Place
MPN: L93 0045 0188

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This is a Restricted item and is not covered by our Arrive Alive 14-day Guarantee.Please see our Guarantee Policy and Restricted Species List for more information.

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The shrimp you receive may have different patterns or coloration than the one pictures here since this group of shrimp can vary greatly although all are very similar.

These shrimp are generally nocturnal and tend to hide during the day. They are scavengers and will gladly eat up any leftover frozen, flake, or pellet food that the other inhabitants in the aquarium do not eat. This species may live alone but prefer to be in groups of three or more.

Shrimp molt their hard outer skeleton to grow and it is not unusual to find an empty molt in an aquarium with shrimp. Shrimp also can molt under environmental stress such as water changes, rapid changes in conditions or during shipping. Always acclimate shrimp slowly to avoid sudden changes in their environment.

Crustaceans benefit from iodine and mineral supplements to help form a healthy, hard exoskeleton. Regular water changes with high quality salt mixes usually provide enough, but extra supplements may be needed in reef tanks or in tanks with heavy invertebrates loads that use up iodine and other minerals rapidly. If water changes with new, fresh saltwater are not done regularly, the minerals also get depleted and nitrates accumulate and can also be detrimental to crustaceans and other invertebrates.

Specifications

Specifications
MPN
L93 0045 0188
Manufacturer
That Fish Place
Common NameHinge-beak Shrimp
Scientific NameCinetorhynchus/Rhynchocinetes sp.
OriginIndo-Pacific
AggressivenessLow
Reef SafeYes, with caution
Invert SafeYes
Community SafeYes
DifficultyEasy
Max Size (in inches)2
Min Tank Size (in gallons)20
DietOmnivore
Specific Gravity Range1.022-1.026
pH Range8.0-8.4
Temperature Range75-82
RestrictedYes
Internal Id
13196

State Restrictions
Alaska
Armed Forces Americas
Armed Forces Europe
Armed Forces Pacific
California
Hawaii
Puerto Rico

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