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- Fri Aug 22, 2014 8:46 am
- Forum: Archives: LHC
- Topic: Recommendations for climbing stuff for crabs.
- Replies: 5
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you can use cholla wood or a plant, or driftwood, and choya wood. You can make them sandcastles also. When you clean their cage you can let them walk around, but keep an eye on them and spritz the air around them to keep the humidity or put them in that container with dirt and spritz for humidity.
good job, zeblonite! You are really expanding your crabbing knowledge fast! It is rare for a newbie to be post advice on somebody else's post! Only thing i will add is you don't need to bring your crabs to work, it will only stress them out more, and they need their heater plugged in and you can't d...
yeah he did the same thing last night, he chirped and yeah i could see him moving around through the glass. he would chirp and then marshawn would chirp back. i think that they are good friends and miss each other. but during the day he doesn't move at all. marshawn about 3 days ago started digging ...
well when i put the sand in the water it became inpossible to see the sand as the water got cloudy brown and there were black little bubble stuff on part of the top! what the! i don't want to have to redo everything i have already done by taking it all out! did the oven at least kill those chemicals...
it does say pavestone on it, the word and format of the word looking exactly the same, but the bag color is different, it is brown and whitish gray. it also does say creating beautiful landscapes, and natural, the rest i am not sure.
so my molting crab was chirping a lot last night, and i could hear him moving a lot. i checked to see if it was marshawn, but he was not moving and the chirping was coming from under the water dish, where richard is molting. is it normal or okay for a molting crab to chirp? also before the chirping ...
so when i put the playsand in i realized that there were some little white pebbles, so i put in the oven for almost an hour. when i put it back in the tank there were still some pebbles. are the pebbles a chemical of some sort and if so did the oven kill it off and sterilize it well enough? also whe...
- Sun Aug 17, 2014 5:04 am
- Forum: Archives: Molting
- Topic: every need for my crab's first molt.
- Replies: 2
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well just got back from a 19 day trip, my pet sitter told me that my smaller crab, richard shermit has been under the water dish for 3 days and hasn't come up even at night! she also said that my bigger one, marshawn pinch hadn't been bothering or trying to dig him up. she said that when she picked ...
- Sat Aug 09, 2014 7:37 am
- Forum: Archives: Zoea
- Topic: New/Want to make my crabs happier.
- Replies: 11
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are their big pinchers purple? If so they are likely pp hermit crabs, purple pincher or carribean hermit crabs. Also you said one of them changed shells right away, the second most common species, ecudorian hermit crabs rarely change shells, while the most common, purple pincher hermit crabs change ...