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- Sat Feb 04, 2017 2:19 pm
- Forum: Pictures
- Topic: Wild Caribbean Hermit crabs in the Caribbean!
- Replies: 13
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Very nice. We went to the USVI last September and on a hike we took they were everywhere! Being a hermit crab person it was an awesome experience.
I'm going to look for some this spring/summer. I know I'v seen them around here, now that I know what they are. If you just grab some from the great out-doors (like I'm planning to do in the summer) you'll want to rear a couple of generations & probably return the original adults to the 'wild' (ie....
No tv in the room with mine. But one of my straws will sit at the highest point in my tank and just stare out forever without moving... And I mean not an antennae or eyeball. Nothing.
Crabs seem to like to watch me sleep. Have woken up a few times to see a crab just chilling, looking in my general direction. I assume that i moved and they probably assessing if it was dangerous or not, but still a nice and friendly sign at 3am. :lol: Or their wondering if your their next meal :sh...
Yes, I will echo what Emm33333 said, we all try to be open minded and help,each other out as much as possible. Can I ask where u got the oak half log? Vast majority of us ended up with the typical pine half log at the pet stores and after finding out that they were harmful to the hermies, I tossed ...
Just wanted to conform what GotButterflies had said. Yes, the pine log is unsafe. Even if you don't feed it to them, they could nibble a little piece off. I had one and someone told me the exact same thing. Here is a deeper science description: The concern about resin-ey, evergreen woods like pine ...
Thanks for sharing the pictures :) I just wanted to let you know that the pine log is still listed as unsafe, and a majority of crabbers will not use them. Also, I'd be careful with the silver plastic mesh, that kind of looks similar to something that another crabber had that her crab got stuck on. ...
- Sun Jan 29, 2017 4:54 pm
- Forum: D.I.Y Projects and Equipment
- Topic: New 90 gallon with vines and netting
- Replies: 10
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Amazing. Nice work. Love the natural looking stuff. I need more of that in mine. What kind of substrate is that? Looks dark.