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Old 04-30-2011, 11:59 AM   #1
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New crabitat

Since we don't really have a section for crabs/inverts, I'm posting my new crabitat pictures here.

It's a 10g, with 3 red-clawed crabs.

I used a Whisper 2/10 filter for the water fall, slate built up around it. Under the gravel I layed out some thick pieces of red slate to help build it up some.
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Awesome setup,i can never seem to keep crabs alive for mor than a couple months,so if they make it,you must tell me how.
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Thanks.

So far they've lasted the night.
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Very nice! More pics?
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What kind of plant is that?
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it's a philodendron.

I asked my sister in law for a few clipping off her houseplants.
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