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- Sun Mar 06, 2016 7:12 am
- Forum: Crab & Care Questions
- Topic: Species specific question
- Replies: 3
- Views: 126
I don't believe PPs can have orange antenna/feelers but I will just check a couple of mine. Mine don't have orange antenna/feelers but the end is a but orangey but its more of a light brown sort of
Thank you very much for your reply. :) I would love to get the chance to care for an exotic but I would want to do my best to care for it even more so than I do the crabs I have now, so it could live it's full life span. Probably drive my wife crazy in the process :) Haha I would also love exotics ...
All of my crabs at present are PP's and are all heathy at this time ( of which I am very grateful ). I have had little experience with the more exotic crabs other than reading about them. Alot of material states that the lifespan of a Strawberry is just 1 to 5 years but a PP could be as much as 30 ...
Thanks I'm hoping to get a heat lamp or two and the substrate then add the hermit crabs and add decor laterCrabinski wrote:Boy, that's a beautiful tank! Can't wait to see it all set up and decked out.
So I took these images a few days ago but here's my terrarium http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c232/goldfishfanforever/Mobile%20Uploads/WP_20160127_16_04_03_Pro_zps8fzwiqvh.jpg http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c232/goldfishfanforever/Mobile%20Uploads/WP_20160127_16_04_14_Pro_zpsmkdylv22.jpg My poo...
Thanks I need to get some polystyrene sheets soon to support the tankjclee wrote:I just tried to 'like' you latest post. I am glad that everything is working out so well.
Pools completed Will take pictures tomorrow. Can't wait to move them in about a month but it's typical two of my crabs have dug down and I'm not sure if they are mooring but the crabs that are up have got loads of new food to taste test such as dried mango and some mixes from the supermarket
Maybe support the glad with styrofoam?? my tank was in a similar shape, and the previous owners placed styrofoam underneath (painted black, but I don't think it's needed unless you go barebottom). :) Works quite well. Yeah we were going to buy some styrofoam as the stand has a few screws slightly r...
I have no idea with that brand. However I imagine that if placed on a flat and level surface you should be fine; and in the case of moving it take everything out. But unfortunately I can't offer anything more, maybe shoot the company/place you bought it from an email or phone call? Yeah that may be...
This is the terrariumaussieJJDude wrote:Wait, what brand is it? Maybe somebody else might have a similar brand and give you the peace of mind.
- Wed Jan 20, 2016 6:41 pm
- Forum: Archivables
- Topic: Smallest tank for 6 jumbos
- Replies: 18
- Views: 1031
I've got a 4x2x2ft terrarium and that will be my final upgrade until I move out of my parents house and I have 4 crabs so I would say something around that size or bigger for 6 jumbos hope I helped