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Cuapetes kororensis Commensal Shrimp Cuapetes kororensis, also known as the mushroom coral shrimp or the popcorn shrimp, is a species of shrimp that lives in mushroom corals or anemones. It is found in the West Pacific, including the Great Barrier Reef.

The shrimp is small, growing to a maximum length of about 1.5 inches. It is translucent with red or orange markings. The shrimp has a long, slender body with a pair of large claws.

Cuapetes kororensis is a commensal shrimp, which means that it lives in close association with another organism, the mushroom coral or anemone, from which it derives some benefit without harming the host. The shrimp feeds on algae and other small organisms that are found on the coral or anemone. In return, the shrimp helps to clean the coral or anemone by removing parasites and other debris. Animal Stock Photo
Cuapetes kororensis, also known as the mushroom coral shrimp or the popcorn shrimp, is a species of shrimp that lives in mushroom corals or anemones. It is found in the West Pacific, including the Great Barrier Reef. The shrimp is small, growing to a maximum length of about 1.5 inches. It is translucent with red or orange markings. The shrimp has a long, slender body with a pair of large claws. Cuapetes kororensis is a commensal shrimp, which means that it lives in close association with another organism, the mushroom coral or anemone, from which it derives some benefit without harming the host. The shrimp feeds on algae and other small organisms that are found on the coral or anemone. In return, the shrimp helps to clean the coral or anemone by removing parasites and other debris.

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Cuapetes kororensis, also known as the mushroom coral shrimp or the popcorn shrimp, is a species of shrimp that lives in mushroom corals or anemones. It is found in the West Pacific, including the Great Barrier Reef. The shrimp is small, growing to a maximum length of about 1.5 inches. It is translucent with red or orange markings. The shrimp has a long, slender body with a pair of large claws. Cuapetes kororensis is a commensal shrimp, which means that it lives in close association with another organism, the mushroom coral or anemone, from which it derives some benefit without harming the host. The shrimp feeds on algae and other small organisms that are found on the coral or anemone. In return, the shrimp helps to clean the coral or anemone by removing parasites and other debris.

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