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  1. #21

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    well some species of crays get 1.5 feet long, what species is it? did you catch it or buy it? does it have a red stripe like thing on its head?

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    He is brown, not sure about the species, but he does have a red and tan dot at his head.
    He may be a rusty cray.
    #WarOnAlgae

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    Can you post pics of the top veiw of head?

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    I can't find the spot anymore. I swear I see it only on occasion.
    But anyway, I think y'all have actually given me enough advice already. I'm going to get pebbles and clean out my mega cave tomorrow, then catch a new cray.
    In 40 minutes I'll have a video of something kinda funny that just happened.
    The cray's death may have just saved my creek chub from starvation.
    #WarOnAlgae

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    Ok we will be waiting for the vid.

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    Here it is. A good end, and probably a good thing in the big picture because otherwise the chub may have starved. So now I know what to feed chub in captivity, crawfish that would otherwise probably mess the food chain.

    It's a creek chub. Mostly carnivores.
    #WarOnAlgae

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    Hu cool, if you need something to feed tem I would start a brine shrimp breeding culture, and a rcs farm for the cray.

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    Crays actually gobble up shrimp pellets, though I may have to try breeding shrimp and such. Might I ask what a RCS farm is?
    #WarOnAlgae

  9. #29

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    Haha I knew you would ask, rcs stands for red cherry shrimp, a rcs farm is what I call a rcs tank, because they breed like rabbits, so you just set up a 10g for them and get a good sponge filter and live plants gravel, etc.. and put a couple rcs in after its cycled. Or a platy farm would be good, same thaing as rcs just adapted to what fish need, ask slaphppy about his platy farm(chuckles underbreath).

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