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Deku 11-10-2008 03:25 PM

Identify
 
i saw this crab for like 48dollars in a lfs and it was like a fist sized one it had the shell like the xingu from south america but idk if it was xD it was an aquatic crab or so they said xD so ummm idk it was all by itself and it looked freaking sweet i wanted to buy it but i wanna know what species it is oh it was a gray crab btw and had long claws so idk it was like grayish green and i wanna know if theres another place where i can find it and i wanna know its care

SinCrisis 11-12-2008 01:08 PM

well a picture would help...

iamntbatman 11-12-2008 10:38 PM

If it was that expensive, I doubt it's a freshwater crab. The only freshwater crabs I've seen that were that big are the "soapdish' crabs that are pretty inexpensive. There are some expensive marine crabs, though.

okiemavis 11-13-2008 09:03 PM

Agreed, sounds saltwater to me...

Deku 11-14-2008 08:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by iamntbatman (Post 152019)
If it was that expensive, I doubt it's a freshwater crab. The only freshwater crabs I've seen that were that big are the "soapdish' crabs that are pretty inexpensive. There are some expensive marine crabs, though.

hmm soapdish crabs you say?....hmmm well to be honest the store is a rip off....they selled tadpoles for bullfrogs for like 3dollars a piece and theyre frogs were twice the price they should be....but i like this crab and wanna see if i may find it somewere else


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