I'm sure the shrimp didn't shred the fish, but it is possible that the shrimp could do some damage to fins.
Carpenter, don't bother with swearing in front of God, it won't mean anything to a Buddhist. Just admit you are wrong and I'll be happy. By the way, until you quote the incorrect facts, there are none. Also, provide backup that they are indeed incorrect. That is scientific research. So far you haven't done any of that for any of your claims.
Temperament / Behavior : Sometimes will eat baby fish, they are usually food for other fish, sometimes will fight among themselves if the tank is too small and there are too many of them.
You may see some aggressive behavior amongst them around breeding time.
It has a fairly peaceful temperament
. Females become receptive to males after molting, during which time their exoskeleton is soft. Copulation occurs within seven hours of molting. The male only recognizes the female as a potential mate if physical contact is made with her exoskeleton
In my case it could be that I happened to have a male and female, because the sparring of my betta and shrimp happened after a molt (I discovered the exoskeleton earlier that day)
I tried looking on Google Scholar (I think that's what it's called) and found only scientific papers regarding their taxonomy.
There is no distinct black and white in this world, everything is grey. Can you give proof that something in this world is ALWAYS this way, always, always, always? Or can you prove something is NEVER this way, never, never, never?
Saying a Glass Shrimp is NEVER aggressive is bound to be proven false. Just like saying a lion is ALWAYS aggressive is bound to be proven false. http://animal.discovery.com/fansites...ioness.htmlThe
heart of the lioness would be my evidence on that.
On another note, I'm a woman.