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Sparky Sparky
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  • Posted on: 1/5/2008 19:14
Re: is my crab dead :( #11
soz i didnt see the earlyer posts
Ross
Fiddler Fiddler
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  • Posted on: 28/6/2008 12:32
Re: is my crab dead :( #12
How are your crabs doing now anymore news to report?
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  • Posted on: 17/7/2009 10:58
Re: is my crab dead :( #13
Hi sorry been away for a bit,

Well since I last posted all but one passed away (I think they were all males and kept arguing).

So I had one big lonely crab who hasn't molted in ages so I presume he's fully grown, got 2 females from LFS about a fortnight ago, they get on well and the biggest gets on with the male, but the littler one had a few arguments with the male which I've been breaking up and they seem to have calmed down now lol

Quick question, I'm thinking of creating a half water half land tank that i've seen some people have done with rainbow crabs, has anyone tried it with red-clawed crabs? Do they use the land space much?

attached is the male eating an algae ring thing

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