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PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 6:14 pm Post subject: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 Not  abel  to  get  good  information  this.  Experience  regarding  keeping  and  breeding.  Some  say  it  is  easy  and  some  say  they  will  not  survie.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 6:19 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 Got  10  of  them  from  hyderabad.  3  died  on  day  of  arrival.  3  were  pregnant  already.  But  larva  needs  brackish  conditions.  Tried  green  water  and  marine  water  diluted.  But  they  all  died.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 6:28 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 how  about  the  babies  from  three  pregnent  shrimp,  did  they  survive?
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 7:17 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 The  babies  lived  for  a  week  in  diluted  marine  water  and  green  water.  But  then  died.  Adults  were  in  freshwater  all  the  time.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 3:34 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 Cardina  Hodgarti  fry  doesnt  require  brackish  water.
 Please  read  before  jumping  into  certain  stuffs.
 Their  babies  survive  and  live  in  fresh  water  only.
 
 Here  is  mine  experience  -  got  them  in  peak  summer,  kept  4  of  them  in  lower  tds  and  they  survived  and  2  of  them  carried  eggs  and  had  babies  also.
 But  once  I  left  home  for  10  days  and  wasnt  able  to  see  any  of  them  alive.
 
 Will  try  again  once  in  this  July  can  share  the  experience,  what  I  have  got  to  know  from  people  who  have  captured  them  from  their  own  habitat  that  the  tds  their  is  in  the  range  of  170ppm  and  a  ph  of  6.3-6.5.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:38 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 coldfear39  :  would  be  grateful  if  you  can  provide  more  information  about  C.hodgarti
 I  couldn't  find  any  information  about  them  online  apart  from  a  shrimpsider  stub.
 Navneethtk  suggested  brackish  water  as  red  nose  shrimp  larvae  require  brackish.
 Nobody  has  successfully  bred  or  kept  them  alive   for  more  than  3  months.
 
 More  at  
 [url=translate.google.co.in/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=www.crusta-fauna.org/crevettes/caridina-hodgarti]Link[/url]


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:51 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 Hi  Drdheep,
 
 Will  share  what  ever  I  know.
 1st  of  all  Red  Nose  Shrimp  (Caridina  gracilirostris)  larva  requires  brackish  water  for  survival  and  growth,  not  with  the  case  of  C.Hodgarti.
 Different  shrimp  have  different  requirement(s)  so  studying  it  before  helps  avoiding  mishaps.
 
 And  to  keep  them  just  concentrate  on  giving  them  a  stable  and  more  mature  tank  you  can  provide  with  a  tds  around  170-200.  If  you  can  measure  microseimens  it  will  also  work.
 
 And  for  you  here  are  some  links  for  further  reading  -  
 
 http://www.shrimpnow.com/forums/showthread.php/4963-Caridina-hodgarti
 
 http://www.shrimpnow.com/content.php/206-Caridina-hodgarti-%28Green-nose-shrimp%29
 
 http://biostor.org/reference/85586
 
 Do  let  me  know  if  I  can  help  in  any  way.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 6:39 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 I  researched  a  bit  on  c.hodgarti.  they  are  found  in  estuaries  and  hate  light.  Theur  original  color  is  green.  
 
 I  had  two  carrying  females.  So  I  kept  one  batch  of  fries  in  freshwater  and  another  batch  in  brackish.  I  put  a  tea  spoon  of  green  water  once  in  a  while.  The  larvae  in  the  freshwater  died  in  three  days.  The  brackish  water  batch  survived  for  two  weeks.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 6:44 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 The  tank  tds  was  under  200.  The  adults  only  survived  around  for  a  month.  I  told  three  lfs  not  to  ever  get  them.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:08 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 Cause  for  high  mortality  is  probably  transport  by  trains  with  high  temperature.  As  they  are  wild  caught  adults,  they  dont  tolerate  stress.  Juveniles  might  fare  better.
 translate.google.co.in/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=www.crusta-fauna.org/crevettes/caridina-hodgarti  suggests  larvae  might  need  brackish  conditions  like  C.gracilirostris
 
 coldfear39  :  the  links  you  provided  dont  say  anything  about  breeding  them.
 
 
                                                 
coldfear39  wrote  (View  Post):                

 Please  read  before  jumping  into  certain  stuffs.
                 

 Please  provide  me  reading  material  regarding  breeding  them.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 10:43 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 Navneeth  -  Can  you  provide  the  source  of  your  information?
 
 As  far  as  I  know,  the  type  locality  of  Caridina  hodgarti  is  in  Arunachal  Pradesh.  So  quite  far  from  brakish  waters.  Dont  think  they  are  amphidromous.
 
 DRDHEEP  -  The  initial  effort  should  be  to  keep  them  alive  for  longer  term.  Only  then  one  can  think  about  breeding  them.  Focusing  the  issue  at  hand  is  the  key.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 11:08 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 I  first  heard  it  from  a  hobbyist  that  its  from  estuaries.  And  then  when  a  friend  of  mine  went  to  Bangladesh  he  found  many  there.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 11:37 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 Dont   we  have  any  IAH  members  from  places  where  C.hodgarti  is  found  in  its  natural  habitat?
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 11:59 pm Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 Members  in  Kolkata  side  will  know.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2013 3:05 am Post subject: Re: Please share your experience with Caridina hodgarti Reply with quote

 According  to  -  http://biostor.org/reference/85586.text
 
 
                                                 
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Caridina  hodgarti  is  a  common  species  in  the  Upper  Brahma-  
 putra  valley.  Specimens  have  been  found  at  Kobo  in  the  Abor  
 country  (Regd.  no.  '^^  types),  at  Dibrugarh  {'\f)  and  in  the  
 Darrang  district  on  the  right  bank  of  the  Brahmaputra  in  irriga-  
 tion  channels  at  Mazbat  {^-^)  ,  in  the  Dhansiri  R.  at  Kowpati  (^||^),  
 at  Mangaldai  {^)  and  in  the  Deshnoi  R.  on  the  frontiers  of  
 Bhutan  {—).  The  species  has  also  been  obtained  in  the  Maha-  
 nanda  R.  at  Siliguri  {^)  and  in  the  Tista  R.  at  Jalpaiguri  {^),  
 both  localities  being  near  the  base  of  the  Sikhim  Himalayas.  
 The  distribution,  as  far  as  it  is  known,  may  therefore  be  said  
 to  extend  along  the  base  of  the  foot-hills  from  the  Darjiling  
 district  to  the  Abor  country.                  

 
 Were  the  shrimps  from  estuaries  IDed  by  someone  or  assumed  to  be  these?  
 
 The  description  was  from  specimens  collected  in  Arunachal  Pradesh.  I  am  sure  about  that.
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