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Old 09-16-2003, 09:57 PM   #1
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A stone crab blizzard

A stone crab just crawled out from behind a rock and spawned all over the place! Thousands of baby crabs looking kind of like brine shrimp are all over my tank! I'm a daddy! Just had to share my joy...
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COOL! hope they make it and get big
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Well, I guess if your like stone crabs in your tank... I take it this is not a reef tank?
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Nope, my puffer would happily eat a reef!
( and the stone crabs ... )
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what is a stone crab lol i was thinkin hermits
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this?
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they spend a long time as tiny guys before they get big, i think its plenty of time so that very few if any survive filtration and life with the fishes. I put some around 1" in my tank a couple weeks ago, several were eaten and no noticeable growth in the others.
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man that is one mean lookin dude!
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