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Old 05-26-2011, 04:14 AM   #11
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Beautiful. Both the tank and your fish.
What kind of rock is that large brown rock?[/QUOTE

The large rock is lava rock. It has heaps of little holes and tunnels in it and the fish love it
Thank you, I saw all the holes which is why I asked.
Lava rock is farely lite isn't it?
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Including that ocean rock has worked really well with the lava rock, I might have to copy that!

Have you had any problems with you fish ripping your plants apart?
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No, I've been really lucky where that is concerned. I have been expecting them to rip the plants out, but so far they have left them alone (touch wood)
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nice lookin cray.
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I might have to give it a go!
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nice lookin cray.
Thanks mate. He's a Blue Marron (scientific name- Cherax cainii). They are native to the south western fresh water streams of Western Australia.
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cool,ive got a female cray im pretty sure is a redclaw(think the scientific name is procambus alleni)crayfish.are the marrons any different in regards to care?
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