Frogs and Crayfish

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Nope. Sorry, that's why they need bloodworms, blackworms, or pellets to eat.
 
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so putting in a frog with a crayfish means pretty much murder waiting to happen. Oh well. I have a spare 5 gallon tank I could put frogs in. Now I just need a filter and stuff. Do frogs require a filter and heater like normal fish? or any other equipment as well?
 

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Yes, they require a filter and heater. What so you plan to feed them?
 
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probably blood worms. They have a bunch of those at my LFS. But could I house a crayfish and a ADF together in a 10 Gallon if I add some tank dividers??
 

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Probably not. I think you shouldn't because crayfishes get to 6 inches or larger and it might be too small for the crayfish.
 
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yea I guess your right. I have an australian species and most of those grow to be up to a foot! ( just like a lobster! ) hopefully ill have my friend's 150 gallon tank by the time he gets that big. Or maybe when he gets that big we will be having a crayish boil :-X lol just kiddin. Imagine a foot long crayfish trying to survive in a 10 gallon. hahahahaha ;D
 

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You're getting an Austrilian species? I thought you had regular blue. Anyway, is he in the 10 gallon aquarium right now?
 
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yea the guy that sold it to me said he was a "Australian Blue Crayfish" anyways, yes hes in a 10 gallon tank right now but he is just a baby only 2 inches long but he did grow a centimeter or two in his last moly a couple weeks ago. ill post some pics of him before and after his molt.
 

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