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Both are harmless You can see the link that I provided to show you the difference in looks up close. Springtails look more like bowling pins. They also jump, which is why you will find them floating in the water Food mites can come in different colors.
- Sat Nov 23, 2019 11:07 pm
- Forum: Shopping, Stores and Reviews
- Topic: Buythesea & Question about sea urchin spines -Please advise!!
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Sea Urchin Spines are typically not treated with anything. I sell them in my store. (My store is currently on vacation). To play it safe, you could always boil it first
- Sat Nov 23, 2019 5:53 pm
- Forum: Crab & Care Questions
- Topic: Mites! Need help!! Good or bad?!?
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Hello! I didn't see you attach a picture, but if they were in the dish, my best guess would be that they are springtails. Springtails typically have a population burst and then they die off to a manageable population. Springtails are beneficial to your crabitat. Here is a link on bugs in the crabita...
This comes from Motöcrab's store links: SHELL SHOPS Etsy Shell Shops MyGann http://www.mygann.com/ Sea Shell Mart https://www.etsy.com/shop/seashellmart Ebay Shell Shops Shell Shop Webstores Blue Seas Trading Co. https://shellshopping.com/ Naples Sea Shell Company http://naplesseashellcompany.com/ R...
- Tue Oct 08, 2019 6:32 pm
- Forum: Emergency
- Topic: Worried that crabs might be attacking each other under substrate
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And then there were a few suggestions from me to add to Curlysister's! GB for GotButterflies :) 2. Temperature gauge usually reads 70- 75°f and humidity is 70-80% they are both located in the upper right hand corner of the tank GB: I personally recommend digital gauges if you don't have one. You ca...
- Tue Oct 08, 2019 11:25 am
- Forum: Crabitat Conditions
- Topic: New setup / substrate
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Sand should be moistened to sandcastle consistency. IMO, glass lids help the best when it comes to keeping the humidity in. Substrate should be at least 6" or three times the height of your largest crab. Whichever is deeper wins. I have found that the 5:1 ratio of sand to EE helps with the moisture....