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    Australia has a few freshwater crabs. The majority of the time they stay in the water, but they do however require a branch or root that protrudes above the surface (not near tank sides) that they can come out if they want.

    So a fully aquatic crab, not here anyway :)
    Lots of tanks
    Camera - Sony A33 - Sony A58
    18-55mm F3.5-5.6 SAM lens
    55-200mm F4-5.6 SAM lens

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    The "do not need to come out of water" is a sales pitch.Eventually they will escape or climb into the filter(if it is a external flow one)and die.That smells terrific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alasse
    Australia has a few freshwater crabs. The majority of the time they stay in the water, but they do however require a branch or root that protrudes above the surface (not near tank sides) that they can come out if they want.

    So a fully aquatic crab, not here anyway :)
    Australia has so many great aquatic species that the U.S just can not find regularly.

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    I actually just bought 3 fullie aquadic crabs there called fresh water crabs i bought them from wal mart

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    These crabs are hard to find but they have not tryed to climb out or clime a branch these crabs actually are fullie aquadic

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    If your still looking i found fullie aquatic crabs

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    Can you post a link to them please?
    Lots of tanks
    Camera - Sony A33 - Sony A58
    18-55mm F3.5-5.6 SAM lens
    55-200mm F4-5.6 SAM lens

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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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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by lady luck
    I actually just bought 3 fullie aquadic crabs there called fresh water crabs i bought them from wal mart
    If these are 'red clawed crabs' then they are most certainly not fully aquatic.

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