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    Learning as I go... and thanking everyone on this forum for their help, advice and patience!

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    Another one, taken just after he molted.

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    That's asking too much from your camera it seems. You're 2/3 of a stop underexposed and the camera is clearly struggling.

    Composition and focus are pretty good though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by talldutchie View Post
    That's asking too much from your camera it seems. You're 2/3 of a stop underexposed and the camera is clearly struggling.

    Composition and focus are pretty good though!
    Yip, ISO 1600 has never been it's strong point!

    It's quite a deep tank and I'm only running two 20w T8 bulbs so I'm probably being optimistic.
    Learning as I go... and thanking everyone on this forum for their help, advice and patience!

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    May I ask where did you buy the blue crayfish? Are they found wild where you are located??



    -Take a gander at my fish tanks here and let me know
    -usually men are fishkeepers but I am a woman!

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    It's from North America as far as I know. So it's definitely not local.

    A local pet store had them. Lots of advice on them too.
    Learning as I go... and thanking everyone on this forum for their help, advice and patience!

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    Surprised they let those into the country. North American lobsters are a major problem here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talldutchie View Post
    Surprised they let those into the country. North American lobsters are a major problem here.
    I have tried to find out what species are restricted or require permits but there is no information on it anywhere. I can only assume that there are no restrictions. If restrictions should come to light, then legitimate actions will need to be taken.

    I know for example, that you can't keep any indigenous snake or lizard without a special licence. However, I only know that because I know several people with the licence and not because it is a well-known law.

    I would imagine that there is concern that people will release these crayfish into the local rivers etc. which would quickly become a disaster. Though, they were not available for sale to any and all! Unless the salesmen (whom I know fairly well) is satisfied that you can look after a more 'exotic' creature, you simply will not get one!
    Last edited by Richard Peche; 01-23-2014 at 07:07 AM.
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    That's a very good attitude!

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