Stardust are very unique Caridina because they are covered in small dots which look like sparkles. Their color ranges from a brownish color to light and dark blue. In my experience the Stardust start out with hardly any color and very few to no sparkles. It's not until they are mature that they gain their color and sparkling look which makes it hard to grade these shrimp. Females look best after they become berried. You can see the difference between juveniles and adults in the pictures.
You will receive Stardust shrimp which will be a mixture of males and females. These Stardust are home bred.
Temp: 72 - 76
Ph: 6.0 - 6.8
Gh: 5 - 7
Kh: 0 - 1
TDS: 120 - 150
I use Fluval Shrimp Stratum for substrate.
water: RO/DI Water remineralized with Salty Shrimp Gh+