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Thread: Coenobita- help

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    Hey guys,
    I don't know if it is the right forum...
    Well, i've got new crab today, I think it's
    Coenobita Compressus Ecuadorian

    *I'll post pictures soon*

    My question is- Can I put with him live plants? Right now i've got young sweet pepper plant.
    The second question, on the left side of the tank can I put soil from the garden (within it i've got natural compost and cow manure)?

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    Someone can help me please?

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    Disclaimer: I know nothing about crabs so I have no idea about his eating habits or if your plant will be in danger. I would say however that your garden soil might not be a good idea. Who knows what bacteria, parasites, or pesticides might be in that. I would recommend using something like Miracle Gro organic potting soil if you can get it. Great product and it is used in many dirted aquariums with much success.
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

    You know what this tank needs? ........................ Crypts.

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