Lysmata jundalini - Feeding on Aiptasia and PE Pellets. Biota recommends introducing new livestock using an acclimation box.
Bocas Mariculture founder Till Deuss spoke with journalist Matthew Pedersen about his recent success breeding this new peppermint shrimp species -
"First, there are its unique, pleasing aesthetics. 'The species is quite a bit more attractive than other species of peppermint shrimps, having golden legs, a conspicuous blue spot on the coxa between the pereiopods, and blue shimmer on the antennular flagellums.'
These small shrimps will be sought out for their pest-control abilities. Says Deuss, 'I have kept and cultured several other species of peppermint shrimps in the past, and in my experience L. jundalini seems to be particularly efficient in controlling problematic Aiptasia anemones.'"
Excerpt from "Lysmata jundalini: a captive-bred first from Bocas Mariculture" Reef2Rainforest Media https://www.reef2rainforest.com/2020/12/11/lysmata-jundalini-a-captive-bred-first-from-bocas-mariculture/