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Okay, so I think we're talking about the same shrimp. Out here
(in Seattle) they're not commonly sold as feeder items, and you'll be
lucky to get them for under a buck. Still, I should have mentioned that I
have had this shrimp, had them breeding in one of my tanks for a while,
and yes, they are decent algae eaters. Unfortunately, their life-span is
rather short, and they don't eat red algae. I'm hoping that the Yamato
numa-ebi will at least live longer, and also that it will eat red algae.
I'm also hoping to breed them ;-).