My 10 Gallon and 5 Gallon Crab Tank! YAY!

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by RoboDude, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

    Hehehe . . . don't mind the fact that my camera is blurry . . . it sucks, I know!!!
  2. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

    One sec . . .

  3. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

    . . . it won't work! Even when I try posting only one pic at a time, it says it's too large. Can anyone help?

  4. EmpPlecoWell Known MemberMember

    I think someone said something about being able to convert images on  

    NOT SURE, tho -- i have never used it ;)

  5. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

    Thanks, EmpPleco, but it seems that you need to become a member . . . I already have too many accounts on different sites, and anyways, this will probably be the only time I'll ever even be using it! Any other suggestions?
  6. EmpPlecoWell Known MemberMember

    oh ok. sorry. i usually just sign up for those things and then forget bout em
  7. newbie101Well Known MemberMember

    lol ;D
  8. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

    HEHEHE . . . GOOD IDEA!!! ;D LOL!!! I'll try, ok!
  9. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

  10. ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    Heres Robodudes pictures ;) I have a secret shrinking ray gun. turn it on the pictures and voila' shrunk and done ;D

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  11. newbie101Well Known MemberMember

  12. atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    i didnt know you can have fiddler crabs in a 5 gallon tank will they stay in there or do you have to upgrade
  13. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

    Thanks, Butterfly! Emma, actually, I'm not sure if it is a Betta Kit or not. It came from my friend, who used to have newts. Yes, they are Fiddler Crabs. ATM, they will not have to be upgraded. 5 gallons is enough for 2 Fiddler CRabs, because at full growth, they will only grow about two inches around. (So basically about 1 inch long)
  14. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

    By the way, I already know that my 2 Silver Dollars are WAY too big for my tank. When they become huge, I will have to sell them to my friend, who has a 60 gallon. :'(
  15. atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    really thats pretty sweet robodued what do they eat and is the maintence hard
  16. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

    Well, actually, it's pretty easy. All I actually had to pay for was the gravel, food, and the crabs themself. I gathered together some rocks and shells I found on the beach, and I got my tank off a friend, like I said. I feed them HBH Crab and Lobster Bites. When it comes to maintenance, all that is required is that you clean their tank every week - a week and a half. ;) This hobby of keeping Fiddler Crabs is easier than I expected it would!
  17. atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    what do you do in cleaning it though can you describe what you actually do
  18. IsabellaFishlore VIPMember

  19. atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember


    you have inspired me Robodude i now want fiddler crabs and am doing research right now but how do you clean your tank
  20. atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    you do know theiy like a half and half set up with half land and half water so maybe if you bought more gravel and piled it up on one of the sidesĀ  with a slanted side so they can get up and out they would lilke it better not sure just doing a lot more research

    you do know they like to be near water but not completely submerged in it and like to be in brackish water

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