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    Are there any freshwater crabs that are strictly aquatic, i.e., no need to provide them with any dry land? If I got any crabs, I would want the kind that can live full-time in my aquarium with the fish.

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    I don't think so. If there are, I'd imagine they're hard to find. All I ever see for sale are Red-Claw Crabs.
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    Yes there are. I had one once, way back in the day. Can't remember what the name of the little guy was, but he was fully aquatic and freshwater. I have not seen any since though.

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    Time to do some Googling ...

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    There are some thai mini crabs that are truely aquatic but im not sure where to get ahold of them.

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    I am sorry,I know you said crabs ,but........how about a cameroon fan shrimp?(vampire)they get large and are crab-like(totally peaceful)about 12 dollars online order.

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    If your still looking i found fullie aquatic crabs

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    Quote Originally Posted by mermaidwannabe
    Are there any freshwater crabs that are strictly aquatic, i.e., no need to provide them with any dry land? If I got any crabs, I would want the kind that can live full-time in my aquarium with the fish.

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    I once had a Panther crab that despite providing dry land access he never ventured out of the water, save for climbing round the filter popping head out for a few secs (most of him remained submerged) so maybe that's an option .. he was really cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mermaidwannabe
    Are there any freshwater crabs that are strictly aquatic, i.e., no need to provide them with any dry land? If I got any crabs, I would want the kind that can live full-time in my aquarium with the fish.

    -- mermaid
    I once had a Panther crab that despite providing dry land access he never ventured out of the water, save for climbing round the filter popping head out for a few secs (most of him remained submerged) so maybe that's an option .. he was really cool.

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