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- Thu Sep 19, 2019 11:04 am
- Forum: Shopping, Stores and Reviews
- Topic: Indonesian
- Replies: 3
- Views: 105
There indeed is no way to find this species commonly in a local store, but some people still own indos in the states, they may have come from a previous owner in which they adopted out, but who knows how the previous owner may have obtained them?
- Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:42 am
- Forum: D.I.Y Projects and Equipment
- Topic: Do hamster wheels have to be plastic?
- Replies: 28
- Views: 515
It's much easier, cost efficient, and saves time to just get a silent spinner wheel from a pet store for under fifteen dollars. That way, you do not need to worry about injuries or any harm towards the crabs.
I agree, my crabs devour this too quickly!
- Sun Aug 25, 2019 6:43 pm
- Forum: Crabitat Conditions
- Topic: CrabStreet Journal info inaccurate?
- Replies: 16
- Views: 401
I was reading on the crab street journal information, and they advised me personally to not moisten my substrate, and just put it in as is from the package. They said the humidity in the tank should be enough to moisten the substrate to sandcastle consistency, and that only confused me because the h...
I took in a 100 gal today x.x this will be interesting. I'm not sure whether I should set it on the floor, or find a TV stand. Set up would include a 30gal topper. Sent from my ONEPLUS A5010 using Tapatalk That tank alone will weigh more than a hundred pounds empty, and then at least 800 pounds aft...
It's on the unsafe list due to containing oxalates. The effect on crabs is virtually unknown, but basically oxalates in mammals/reptiles causes calcium to coagulate and can strip the blood of calcium, which can lead to calcium deficiency of muscle tissues and bones. This however, depends on the pla...
I'd just stick with EE, moistened in freshwater. Keep it contained in a small pot (or plastic yogurt/margerine/butter container) and let it do its thing. Edit: that's a shame, I love my community aquariums. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk Alright, will do, thank you! :) I know, but I really ne...
It’s two drops of prime per gallon, so a single drop will cover you for an eight ounce bottle, a little bit goes a long way! It doesn’t disappear, that’s only when using it to remove ammonia, which it really doesn’t do, what it actually does is bind the ammonia into a less harmful form for 24-48 hou...
I know that mine sure did when I had one multiple time, but I just keep my moss directly on the substrate, they eat it and sit on top of it that way. The only downside to this is you really can't remoisten it as you would for a pit, so I just replace it.
As a nitrate sink for plants (curious, what you have in there?) Otherwise, yes it's fine. It may be a little limp at the start since its use to water all the time but in a couple of days it will adjust. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk I had community fish in the tank which is no longer operati...
Would I be able to use a pothos plant inside the tank, mostly for decoration? I know the crabs may pick at it, but I know the plant would be great in the tank anyways. It’s been separated from dirt for months now, it was being used in a fish tank, similar to aquaponics, so it’s definitely organic now.
- Fri Aug 09, 2019 5:45 pm
- Forum: Crabitat Conditions
- Topic: Ultratherm for 20 gal. Long
- Replies: 4
- Views: 158
Is there a reason you are choosing to buy a 20 gallon long instead of the high? You will get more room with the high, and they are the same size as well, just a small change in length. The only reason a lot of people use the higher tanks rather than longer ones is because they allow for more room fo...