03-26-2007, 12:39 PM
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Ghost shrimp can get pretty large, and with claws, they can do some damage to fish. The shrimp in my tank lumber along, but when they want to, they can haul fin. The shrimp though mainly stay to the plant and substrate, though I have caught mine on the filter, in the corners, ....
Cherries are pretty, but like GalaxyGirl said, they are kind of boring and would be rather small. The one I have that is pretty entertaining is the Rudolph Red-Nose shrimp, but it's small.
I have seen the flower shrimp get upwards of 2 inches and they don't have any claws (referenced link calls them wood shrimp). They tend to hang out by the filter.