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Peppermint Shrimp
(Lysmata wurdemanni complex)

The Peppermint Shrimp is best known for its natural ability to manage nuisance Aiptasia, or glass anemones. Keep in mind that some individual Peppermint Shrimp are better at managing aiptasia while others may not be interested in aiptasia at all.

Starting at: $6.99
Sexy Shrimp
Sexy Shrimp

Starting at: $12.99
Tiger Pistol Shrimp
The Tiger Pistol Shrimp also called Symbiosis Shrimp and Snapping Shrimp. The body is tan with rust colored broken stripes running across the back. These beneficial shrimp will constantly move gravel making them excellent sand stirrers in the reef aquarium, as well as scavenging any uneaten food.

The equally beneficial relationship with the wachman goby.

Starting at: $19.99
Candy Striped Shrimp
Candy Striped Shrimp

Starting at: $19.99
Cleaner Shrimp Small
(Lysmata amboinensis)

The Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp acts like the medic of any saltwater aquarium. In fact, this active cleaner will set up shop on live rock or coral outcroppings and wait for fish to come and be cleaned of ectoparasites or dead tissue. Many fish value its services so highly that they even allow the Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp to clean inside of their mouths without harming the shrimp.

Starting at: $24.99
Cleaner Shrimp Medium
Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025 Max. Size: 2" Diet: Carnivore Origin: Africa, Indonesia, Sri Lanka Family: Hippolytidae

Starting at: $26.99
Fire Shrimp
The Blood Red Fire Shrimp, also known as Blood Shrimp, Fire Shrimp, or Scarlet Cleaner Shrimp, is one of the most popular shrimp in the aquarium hobby. It has a blood-red body with white spots and long white antennae.

Starting at: $36.99
Harlequin Shrimp
he Harlequin Shrimps diet consists of the tube feet of starfish and will quickly rid your aquarium of coralline algae eating asterina stars. It will often dine on the feet of the starfish leaving the center for last in order to keep the starfish alive as long as possible.

Starting at: $39.99