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Thread: Fiddler Crab

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    Went and got a 5.5 gallon tank and a fiddler crab. Anyone know anything about fiddler crabs? I know that they have to have brackish water in order to molt, but other than that what do they eat?

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    I keep Red Claw crabs so I don't know if it will be any help but I feed mine a mix of leafy greens, fish flakes, sinking crab pellets and bloodworms. I know that Fiddler's will eat sinking crab pellets and bloodworms, and I'm sure their claws are capable of catching small superworms. Most crabs are omnivorous and you should change up his diet but sinking pellets will be enough. I hope I could be helpful!

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