The Junda Lin's Peppermint Shrimp was named after professor and researcher Dr. Junda Lin, who was dedicated to the advancements within the marine aquarium trade. Just like its common counterpart, the Junda Lin's Peppermint Shrimp is a great resource if you have aiptasia anemones on rock work. Their appearance is more attractive as well, with yellow legs, a large blue spot, and a blue shine. They are a great, peaceful, and reef-safe addition to your cleanup crew. Having multiple in your aquarium will ensure that at least one will like eating aiptasia, and will increase the speed at which they get the job done. Three or more also gives hobbyists the best chance to have these critters spawn in the aquarium. They will not only eat aiptasia but will also clean up uneaten food and detritus. For continued health, be sure to supplement their diet with small meaty foods and sinking pellets. Since these are cultured specimens, they will readily take to prepared meaty diets with ease.
- Add to an aquarium with ample rockwork
- For continued health, supplement with meaty frozen foods
- Prefers higher salinity
- Multiple can be added to aquarium
- Cannot tolerate copper medications and high nitrates
- Reef safe