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Old 10-28-2013, 02:38 PM   #1
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Breeding CPD's with crayfish

I'd like to breed some CPD's in a 20 long. It has fake plants and river rock, stocked with a blue Florida crayfish and a rainbow shark. Would the shark or crayfish eat the fry? Would any make in too adult?
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CPDs are extremely shy fish and would be out competed for food and likely be eaten with a cray and RBS. Adults included.
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CPDs are extremely shy fish and would be out competed for food and likely be eaten with a cray and RBS. Adults included.
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