05-20-2012, 04:40 PM #1
Guppy or Molly Fry as lunch for Fiddlers
Can Fiddler crabs catch and/or eat guppy or molly fry? I want them to have a nice treat in addition to their everyday crab pellets and occasional freeze-dried krill. And i have 6 female mollies that are always pregnant, so i can have a near constant supply of newborns for them if it will work. :)
06-03-2012, 02:00 PM #2
they can, but its unlikely i had dropped a few of my mollie fry in for my fc but now i have grown up brackish water mollies :s they only managed to catch 1 of the babies before they got bigger.
try crickets they like them better i find10gx2 brackish & applesnail grow out
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75g (long) -red fin shark, golden angel fish Ghost shrimp neon tetras
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06-12-2012, 07:18 PM #3
I believe if they can catch it they will eat it.
They are scavengers so at least they will try. I don't know how fast mollies are though but scavengers are pretty creative and funny when they try to catch food. I bought 10 ghost shrimp for my crayfish and in two months he's knocked the population down to one.. So hopefully it goes the same for your crab.
07-01-2012, 03:36 AM #4
Hm. Guess ill save a few from my next batch and see what happens. It took a long time to get answers on here... Guppies cant live in brackish though... Guess ill use mollies. :)