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Old 01-04-2006, 05:14 PM   #11
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I`ve had several Sally light foot crabs over the years and they`ve been good crabs to me. My recent one has been missing for a couple weeks so I guess I`ll have to get another one.
I've thought about adding one of these myself, do they get along with your shrimp and lobster? The ones at the lfs are kind of big (2+") and I hesitate to add from reading this about them "When large, it can become aggressive and catch and eat small invertebrates and fish." Lastly what do you feed it?
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I dont feed mine nothing they scavange the bottom and keep your rocks clean. They seem to have about a 2-3 year life span. But all three have never bothered each other.
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Thanks, I think I'll take a chance Kind of sad for the life span though, I kept a 4” blue crab for 4 years in my brackish tank until finally releasing it when I moved.
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Well I can't catch him anyway he keeps hiding in the Live Rock Caves. I Moved the rocks and he went in it deeper. O well I guess I will take a pic when he comes out to eat.
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