Ghost Shrimp (Neocaridina Colorless)


5.00 out of 5

13 Customer Reviews

  • Easy to care for
  • Breeds fast
  • Unobtrusive tank mate
  • Hardy survivalist
  • Highly effective tank cleaners
  • Maximum of 1.5 – 3 inches in length
  • They have 10 legs and their body is segmented

Ghost Shrimp (Neocaridina Colorless)

Ghost Shrimp, also commonly known as Glass Shrimp, are a class of decapods crustaceans, swimming crustaceans commonly seen in freshwater aquariums. You can order your Ghost Shrimp here and we deliver it all over Metro Manila.

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5.00 out of 5
Total Reviews


  1. 536

    Thank you, aquascape. First time sa shrimp keeping and i hope makatulong to sa bibilin kong rcs hehe Sana magkaron rin po ng shrimp food na pwede bilhin dito sa aquascape hehe thanks po ulit

    Cyril Manaligod

  2. 537

    Excellent quality very accommodating Aquascape PH Well-packaged item shipped immediately will order again thank you for the products.

    William Abonico

  3. 538

    Thank you for the freebies. I gave it to my son as soon as it arrived and he liked it so much. 💕 Thank you Aquascape


  4. 539

    Aquascape is a trusted partner in my shrimpkeeping hobby. I’ve been doing business with them for a little over a year now and Sean has guided me throught out my journey – from initial setup to maintaining my tank. He has graciously answered all my questions as well. Thank youuuuuu so much Aquascape. 💕💕💕💕💕💕

    Miriam Alonte

  5. 1494

    Michael Paul Macalino (verified owner)

  6. 1524

    Arrived in cups, all 10 arrived alive. Got sent and arrived the next day.

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  7. 1617

    The shrimps came safe! I was also surprised by tons of free plants that came with it. I was really happy! Would probably order here again.

    Jester Torres (verified owner)

  8. 1920

    When the Ghost Shrimps arrived, I did the usual acclimation though not the “drip type”. First, I put them floating on top of the tank to equalize the temperature. Then I poured them into a small container but with allowance of adding Aquarium Water. Then instead of a drip, I just mix 1 ml every few minutes (using a pipette) until 2 hours was finished. By that time, they would have adopted to my tank’s pH, KH, GH, & trace nitrates. Instead of releasing them directly, I released them in a plastic transparent “Breeding Container” already immersed in the tank (floating with suckers attached to the side of the glass). The next day, lo & behold!!! Only the Red & Blue RCS were there. The ghost shrimps had escaped by climbing up the submerged plants & floaters I put with them as shelter. So don’t think that ALL shrimps are the same. They are not. I did this same thing with the bigger Amano Shrimps before and they never escaped. I did find them in the tank inside the holes of the dried lotus flower, bathing in the tannins it provides them.

    yeltres (verified owner)

  9. 2007

    Dan (verified owner)

  10. 2792

    Mark (verified owner)

  11. 4570

    Paolo Evan (verified owner)

  12. 4720

    Paolo Evan (verified owner)

  13. 4916

    They were healthy upon arrival, and acclimated well. A little too young for my likes; wish they were adult but it’s okay. They were healthy.

    Not sure if they got eaten by my betta or not, but regardless, this was a good quality purchase

    Boris Mikhail (verified owner)

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