> I have a common Hermit Crab (yep, the red hairy leg variety). He (or she?)
The guy seems to signal the newest roost
Crabs We purchased an eclipse system 6 from you and stocked it locally. We purchased two crabs (I assume left-handed hermit crabs) who have one large left claw. Both are relatively small and are in the aquarium with 5 fish. My question is, do we have to feed these crabs anything specific, or do they just clean the tank as a food source? Is two crabs too much for a 6 gallon aquarium? The pet store staff was clueless, but the crabs were so cute we couldn’t resist, even without proper care instructions.
Iodine is a must for it, but is just good in service throughout the day/weeks (area of the cause for recommending quick weekly liquid transform as an alternative out of monthly or stretched)
Get a Claw! 5/1/03 My hermit crab’s pincher has recently fallen off. You said it was shedding problems. Should it be a concern? What should I do with the pincher? What should I do? Sorry if these questions have already been answered. Bye.
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Hermit crabs – algae Dear WWM: If you were to choose 5 species of hermit crab or crabs in general, for routine cleanup of green hair and filamentous algae in my reef tank, which would they be? I intend on having corals and want “reef safe” varieties. I live in Ft. Lauderdale and can collect hermits from the tide pools. Can I use these? If so, what species. blue legged, red legged, etc Thanks, Steve < I would do mainly red leg hermits. Sally Lightfoots are good at eating hair algae also. Cody>