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I will like to show my blue crabs Florida. (Alleni)



coralbandit and brads like this.

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My little ones inside are doing great. I'll try to post a photo.
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I would like to see an image compare.

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Re: P. alleini

Hey Arthur, are they in the planted tank from the first picture? If so, I highly recommend moving them out, as mine eat all the live plants I put in the tank with them...

Also, if you use a black/dark substrate, it will remove a lot of the white patches/splotches on them
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Re: P. alleini

pretty!

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Hey Arthur, are they in the planted tank from the first picture? If so, I highly recommend moving them out, as mine eat all the live plants I put in the tank with them...
Also, if you use a black/dark substrate, it will remove a lot of the white
patches/splotches on them
No, it's not the same aquarium.

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What is the latest on them Arthur7?
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Re: P. alleini

Yes, the alleni grow. I believe that they have reached the infinite size.
In a pool, I have the 3 largest, in the next 5, and in another twelve smaller.
It is twice as much water hygiene required than with fish. 2 times a week pump sponge. Very dirty. They feel comfortable.
Lining: zucchini, carrots, green peas, tubifex, frosted bloodworms.
It is a very stable type (no losses).

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Re: P. alleini

Love the color!
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If i drew it it'd look like a monkey eating a horsradish on the moon or something
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Re: P. alleini

Oh I forgot to tell. If I feed live water fleas (for the other small fish), then catch the crabs. It looks funny. But they will get what. It looks like

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