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Old 03-14-2013, 10:58 PM   #2611
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When I had FW I fed the snails to my crayfish.
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:59 PM   #2612
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Water changes on both 75 gallons and the 10 gallon shrimp tank.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:07 PM   #2613
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Lol snails jeez ive got loads and theyre so annoying, breeding almost as soon as they hatch. Im ashamed to admit it but when they get to a certain size their life ends first few times i was like noo im not doing it and would put them back into the tank, but now they get flushed im ashamed to say... Dont judge me. Its either that or i let them over tank my tank, i dont think ill ever get rid of the totally though theyre to **** shady.
No judging here.....Mine will get SOME sort of harsh treatment if they don't stop! I can only exile so many to the betta tanks! Or I can give em away to all who want them. Don't know much about them a Ramshorn of some sort Not planted tank friendly that's for sure!!!1
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When I had FW I fed the snails to my crayfish.
Hmmm a crayfish.....Interesting... he would have a banquet in there and I DO kinda want one, but I am afraid he would just replace the snails as plant wreckers. I do know from keeping wild ones, they LOve digging! Would love to have one, maybe in another tank....oh hey! Excuse to get ANOTHER TANK!!!!
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Hmmm a crayfish.....Interesting... he would have a banquet in there and I DO kinda want one, but I am afraid he would just replace the snails as plant wreckers. I do know from keeping wild ones, they LOve digging! Would love to have one, maybe in another tank....oh hey! Excuse to get ANOTHER TANK!!
My husband wants a blue one used it as an excuse to swap my cories n stuff over to the 55g n make the 20g a blue crayfish for the hubby... it soo worked.. good luck
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:36 PM   #2616
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LOVE blue crayfish. That was actually my first aquarium getting into the hobby. They will root plants up. Definitely a good guy to have in a species only tank. they're so fun. One of these days I want a 75-100 gallon tank that looks like a creek bed. Crawfish and minnows or guppies....one of these days...
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So funny to see people refer to them as crayfish! Here in south Louisiana we call them crawfish!
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:50 PM   #2618
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So funny to see people refer to them as crayfish! Here in south Louisiana we call them crawfish!
Technically I call them crawdads. Lol. The Texan in me. For the purposes of that post I said crayfish.
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Technically I call them crawdads. Lol. The Texan in me. For the purposes of that post I said crayfish.
No matter what we call them they sure taste good with a cold miller lite!!!!
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So funny to see people refer to them as crayfish! Here in south Louisiana we call them crawfish!
Technically I call them crawdads. Lol. The Texan in me. For the purposes of that post I said crayfish.
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