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Old 10-24-2006, 03:33 AM   #1
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Crab Claws

Do they grow back? I mean the main claws. I finally caught the hitchiker last night, and had him out the tank for a while triny to take a good look at him, I think he is a Banded Clinging Crab, but in the process, he ost the larger of his two claws, shoud I be worried?
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Not at all. They'll gow back.
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I agree, once he molts, he should be like new.
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They will grow back.
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ok thanks guys I thought hey would, but as always, it is better tho check with people in the know. thanks much.
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