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  1. George9
    05-05-2012 04:15 PM
    I love your avatar! Clown killifish are so cool
  2. Butterflychild
    Oh ya is there any other kind of critters i can put in with my PVC both for water and land.?
  3. Butterflychild
    Hello Siva im needing to know something about Purple Vampire Crabs before i get any more. I was told you have vampire crabs. How long have you had them for.? As my one died during or agter molting. I was told to use sodium for PVC. The guy said they need it for when they molt. It is sapose to help there new skin harden after molting. What kind of sodium do i use if i need it.? Aswell as i need calcium im not sure why but would cuttle bones work ok if i grinded them up. (As i have 6 huge ones left over from my birds and i was told there calcium). Is there anything else i need to keep PVC'S healthy and live a long happy life.?
  4. Koikid88
    01-26-2012 10:41 PM
    Clear your PM inbox! lol I'll just post this here and hope you see it.

    Do you think boesemanis would be okay with Yellow labs and acais? It's more so the acai I'm focusing on, they are all 3" or less right now. Even if there's no concerns, I'd prefer to add the rainbows while the cichlids are juvies, just so they can be a little more accustomed to each other.

    I always buy fish young, but with the boesemanis I can only find them full grown.
  5. TheMurrays
    Hey, I'm thinking of doing fiddler crabs with bumblebee gobies, and I saw on a thread that you do this. Any advice on a filter? I have never kept fiddlers or done brackish water, so any advice would be very helpful. Do you have live plants? Also, I would love to see pics of your tank, if possible.

    Thanks for your help!
  6. alLexX
    07-11-2011 02:28 PM
    my cray is about 5 or 6 inches not including claws,you need to clear out your pm box
  7. siva
    07-06-2011 04:37 PM
    Well for a long time I always kept one male and females. Then I thought I had seen enough success stories of keeping two males together that it was worth a try. Plus there territorial disputes are supposed to be the most entertaining thing they do..or so I heard. Well I didn't find it entertaining, and within a couple days my new male killed my old male. So personally, for me, it's gonna be 1 male and 2 or 3 females and that's what I would recommend for your 10. I don't wanna mess around with 2 males again. They have several males together at my lfs and they just rip eachother up, so I know it's not just a bad one I got. But you will hear all over the place that keeping males together is fine...so you'll have to be the judge on that one I do find them entertaining! The male climbs up on a high spot and dances..waving his claw to and fro in attempts to impress the ladies. Plus I think they are just generally cute and can watch them scamper about scavenging for ages
  8. allaboutfish
    how entertaining are fiddler crabs? im thinking about getting some for a 10 gallon river ecosystem type thing, but ill do a betta if theyre boring. i know there brackish and need land. also how many can i have in a 10 gallon?

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