GREEN JADE CHERRY SHRIMPS MIX PACK
Quality Control Policy - Indoor Grown, Free from Outdoor Pests & Frequent Plants Health & Algae Check
Fast Delivery - 95% delivered within 1-3 days after posted
Submersed Grown Quality Policy -95% of our plants are patiently submersed grown in our aquarium to help you avoid plant transition melting issues that affect many tissue culture & emersed grown plants when planted underwater in an aquarium
(Information written by Aquarzon based on actual growing experience, observations and research. Please do not copy any information or photos)
Average Water Parameters Grown In
Temperature : 15-25°C
PH Range : 6.0-7.0
GH : 4-6
KH : 4-6
TDS : 150-250
Green Jade cherry shrimps is a relatively new cherry shrimp breed that is relatively rare compared to Blue Dream cherry shrimps and other cherry shrimps.
Unlike Blue Dream cherry shrimps, the juvies of Green Jades have very little colour and will only develop most of their green colouration when they become full adults. Therefore, it is very normal if juvies appear to be quite clear or just have very little green colouration.
When Green Jade cherry shrimps mature into full adults, their true beauty can be seen. They can develop green colouration which can be solid and can vary in tones from lime green to deep green.
The price of Green Jades are currently the highest among cherry shrimps at the moment as they are relatively new, less common and much lower in availability compared to all other cherry shrimps including Blue Dreams, Bloody Mary, Fire Reds, Black, Snowball, Sunkists, Yellow and Rili cherry shrimps.
Our Green Jades colony have very good genes. We have top-grade females as part of the colony (as can be seen from some of the photos here) and we separate low grade and culls away from the main colony from time to time. Our Green Jade colony has not been mixed with any other type of cherry shrimps and has been kept on their own from their beginning.
To order, you can select your desired quantity before you click Add to Cart (the price is cheaper for larger quantity).
Aquarzon offers trackable Express Postage with special breathable bags and strong packaging material at a discounted and fixed postage of just $15 to our customers. The standard charge in the shrimp trade is usually $20-$30 but Aquarzon will cap the postage cost for our customers at a discounted rate of just $15, and this includes even when a customer orders larger quantities of shrimps and/or several different types of shrimps.
Besides our special discounted and capped postage rates fixed at just $15, Aquarzon's customers can also enjoy the following guarantees and protection benefits below:
All purchases made at Aquarzon are protected by 100% live arrival guarantee (DOA) and our additional voluntary Aquarzon Comprehensive Protection policy for the additional protection of our customers.
Aquarzon Comprehensive Protection Policy
- Fully covers for parcels lost by courier*
- Extends live arrival guarantee from 2 hours of parcel collection time to 1am next day^
- Guarantees no planaria and no white body parasite infection (Okayama parasite)
* If a parcel is not received, tracking status shows not delivered and confirmed lost via courier investigation, a full replacement will be provided completely free even when the courier does not cover for it
^The extension of live arrival guarantee is made as Aquarzon understands that some customers work long and odd hours, double shifts, travel etc so it is not always possible to open a parcel within 2 hours of parcel delivery time. This extension is subject to reasonable and fair conditions such as not just leaving the parcel under the sun all day until night etc.
Aquarzon's shrimps stock originate from the some of the top breeders in Australia that breed quality shrimps. Most are fed with specialised, nutritious shrimp food made by Benibachi, Mosura and other top shrimp brands to encourage the growth of healthy shrimps.
As can be seen from the photos here, it is a standard characteristic for juvies of Green Jades to have very little colour and will only develop most of their green colouration when they become full adults:
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