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    I read that they dont need a heater. Is that true?

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    depends on how warm the room there are in is.

    what is the temp always at in the room they are in??? it should be a stable temperature.

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    The temp stays in the lower 70s.

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    I tested the rock I kept asking about and its ok to use. Im gonna add it after Im done cleaning it. I just got new batteries for my camera so Im gonna tank some pics of my tank. It looks pretty bare so I hope the new rock makes it look better.

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    well if it is in the low 70s then it should be fine....cause my tank is at 75F. with a heater so i think that 70-75 would be alright.

    i would love to see some pics.

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    I think Im gonna be getting my fiddlers this Saturday. Can someone give me all the info I'll need to know when setting up the tank and etc. Just give me info on acclimating, feeding, and other stuff. I enjoy reading anything new. Theres not much on the web about them.

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    Im still confused about the sea salt mixing and acclimating them. I also need help on how many I should get. I want them all. lol :)jk

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    Still dont know if I should get gravel or sand. Gonna see if I can stop by Lowes and pic up some sand.

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    Anyone there?

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    ok...i would get the sand. It is alot better for the crabs as they can and will try to burrow in it.

    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...ad.php?t=13371
    this link shows you how to clean it and everything....you don't have to follow the amout they used though.

    TO acclimate them...you can just pour a little bit of the brackish water on the over a period of 2 hours if you want. So put them into a plastic container (big enough they can move around and get out of the water[eg. put a rock in it]) an then add a little bit of the brackish water every 15 minutes for 2 hours and they will be good. But all i did was just put them straight in the brackish water. But if you are a little more cautious then you can do the 2 hour thing.

    About the sea salt mixing...i am not 100% sure how much you need as i just guess all the time.

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