Hi, all! It's been a while since I posted, and my 44g pentagon is doing great, thanks to Byron and a few others that got me through a rough start. Currently, I have some Golden Killi, a couple of Bolivian Rams, some Flame Tetras, Albino Cory, Kuhli Loaches, Ottos, and a Betta all living peacefully in the tank, along with a mystery snail.
About a week ago, I bought 1/2 dozen ghost shrimp and put them in the tank. Never saw them again. Then last Friday I bought another dozen. Last night, I was only able to find one. Now, it could be that they're all hiding in the leaves and/or caves, but do you think any of the above suspects might be eating them? The Killi, Rams, and Betta are the only fish in the tank that seem large enough to even try, but I didn't think they would bother (especially with the larger of the shrimp).
Also, I'm thinking of adding a Betta to a second, smaller tank that I started. It mostly has Pygmy Cory and Neons there, but I also have some Cherry Shrimp in there that are starting to breed. The current inhabitants leave them alone, but would a Betta try to make the little cherry shrimps lunch?
Thanks for your thoughts!