Yes, you warned me, but I forgot it after 1 day.I remember I warmed you about that in your previous thread.
I know another poster claim he keep assassin snail with shrimp without issue, however at same time he also over feed the tank.
Anyway your assassin snail must be very hungry to pick up the shrimp.
I have read post that dumb shrimp decide to pick up the algae on the assassin snail's shell and end up sting by the assassin snail. The owner witnessed the situation and moved the shrimp to safe spot to allow the paralysis to worn off otherwise shrimp would become food.
Shrimp is hard for us to catch because Shrimp view net as predator and try to get away from it. Actually shrimp only swing away if you move the net toward it rapidly, my shrimps actually swing into the net by itself as i low the net into water slowly. Not to mention Shrimp may not necessary view snail or even assassin snails as predator, as matter of fact shrimp often park on top of snail's shell to pick off algae. The story I read about assassin snail attempt to kill shrimp happened just like that. I mean My shrimp isn't trying to get away from pygmy cory as matter of fact I once saw baby shrimp park on top pygmy cory's head when pygmy cory rest on log.If you try and catch shrimp with a net you can see it would be extremely difficult for a snail to catch a shrimp if the shrimp is healthy and not molting. It may be possible, but the reality is that the Assassin snail will have a much easier time catching snails, plus your shrimp will reproduce 100x faster than the snails. As discussed previously I have both in that tank, and you have seen the tank. You have seen how many shrimps I have and how many Assassins I have (I doubt most people can even find them) so the odds are really not in the Assassin's favour. If your shrimp population is growing so slowly that you are worried about 1 or 2 being lost to Assassin snails I would check the parameters of the tank as it may be that the shrimp are not doing as well as the Assassin snails.
Sorry I forgot to ask if you have snails in the tank. If you have no snails perhaps it would be much easier to remove the assassins. Once again, it's much easier to catch snails than to catch shrimp.
That is exactly my point. There is no right or wrong. But I was pointing out normal scientific observation. Nature designed snails and shrimps to be both scavengers but shrimp also catch other microorganisms while snails normally do not unless they are diseased or dead. I would also argue I do not feed too much food or my tank would be full of dead organisms. I feed enough food. So removing the snails if there are no snails or feeding enough food if there isn't sufficient food would test that theory wouldn't it?Each life's personality is different, maybe you have too much food in the tank assassin snail didn't need to take chance on shrimp. Perhaps your assassin snail did eat 1 or 2 shrimps however you never witness it. There is no right or wrong in this situation, we all adjust stuff base on other and our own experience. Cammywf witness the situation and he will adjust it. I believe he did have ramshorn snails in the tank, those might already be eaten by assassin snail or gone hiding.