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List of freshwater aquarium invertebrate species

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List of freshwater aquarium invertebrate species

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Invertebrates are commonly introduced into freshwater aquaria. There are several snail species, numerous shrimps, and crayfish that are found in aquaria. Some of these species are:

Shrimp

  • Caridina cf. babaulti, green midget shrimp
    Caridina gracilirostris, redfronted shrimp
    Caridina cf. gracilirostris, white-nose Shrimp
    Caridina japonica, Japanese glass shrimp , Amano shrimp
    Caridina serrata, bumblebee shrimp , crystal red shrimp
    Caridina solearipes
    Caridina brevifrons
    Caridina sp., black midget shrimp
    Caridina serratirostris
    Caridina solearipes
    Caridina sp. tiger
    Macrobrachium lar
    Neocaridina denticulata
    Neocaridina denticulata sinensis, Taiwan pale blue shrimp
    Neocaridina denticulata sinensis var. red, cherry red shrimp
    Palaeomonetes, ghost (glass, grass) shrimp

Crayfish

  • Procambarus alleni
    Procambarus species
    Cambarellus montezuema

Snails

  • Pomacea canaliculata (apple snail)
    Corbicula fluminea

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