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  1. #1

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    Hi everyone. My pond flooded today and got some rainwater/pond water from other places washed into it. Every year weird things wash into it (the year before last it was a huge red fish, then thousands of newts, now this). I found a crayfish struggling against the current. It is exactly the same as out regular crayfish (white stream crayfish) except for the color + unusual pattern. I am aware of how rare the are in the wild. Does anybody know what to label this color/pattern as, how rare it is, and if I should breed it with a regular cray to have a chance for some strange babies? Also does anyone know if it's male or female? I have included pics of the tail section.
    Thanks!
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    Oh so sorry! I will upload some just a minute
    It's better to have and not need then to need and not have; this is especially true when you're dealing with fish and you need itch medication.

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