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Old 11-24-2003, 12:19 PM   #1
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Crabby tankmates

Well since I got my awesome rock from liverocks.com I have a thriving crab population with many different types of crabs.

I have discovered that, esp. the larger ones, are very powerul and fast, and also very crabby, harassing my serpent star and moving stuff around.

So tonight I am going to lean a tall drinking glass up against the LR and have a piece of shrimp in the bottom of it. I'll try a 45 degree angle. Hopefully some unfortunate crabs will slide on down into the glass.

The captured crabs will go to my new 10G Artemia tank which has some live rock and CC in it. Maybe they will be fast enough to catch some passing artemia, like Mr. Miyagi catches fly with chopstick.

Well I'm off to order some artemia food.
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