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Old 08-20-2002, 04:11 PM   #1
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Sebastian Crab

Visited the local pet store today and they have a Sebastian Crab who is really neat. Can anyone tell me more? The only thing I can find online is the Disney World Character.
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Old 08-20-2002, 04:35 PM   #2
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Not sure what a "Sebastrian crab" is, can you post a pic? When you call it a Sebastian crab, is that because it looks like the disney character?
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Does it look like this?




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I don't really know how to explain. It is a pretty good size and yes, he does sort of look like the disney character. Anyway, I'll try to get by the store tomorrow and take a pic. My friend at the pet store also has a Maroon Clown with a problem and I told her that I would get a pic and maybe you guys could help us out (what it is and what to do about it). This is the store that I told you about trying to get into saltwater.

BTW, she was told this crab will eat anything including small fish. Don't know how small a fish, but the crab is not tiny. However, I fell in love with the cute little fellow and am considering buying a tank just for him, since I don't have anything else to take care of.

Oh yes, I was at the store when the fish were brought in today and the bag was marked "Sebastian Crab" so guess that is the common name.

The fish come from Tampa, but I'm not sure which place.
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dopn't suppose they mean a crabe from the Sebastian Inlet, Florida ?
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at the risk of sounding like Fishfreek

Horatio Felonious Ignatious Crustaceous Sebastian ?
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Boys will be boys

Just wait and see. You'll want one of these cute little guys too.
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