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piotrkrasucki
15th Feb 2009, 04:30 AM
Female:

http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/DSCN7666.jpg

http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/DSCN7668.jpg

Male:

http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/DSCN7671.jpg

Cheers:D

Robert
16th Feb 2009, 05:35 AM
Hi Piotr,
thank you for sharing with us these nice pictures! It's a beautiful couple. How do you keep them? Are there any shrimps or fishes in this tank? How do you feed them? It would be interesting to get some more information about them. Thank you!

Best regards
Robert

accent_04
16th Feb 2009, 03:53 PM
That some nice colour CPO, thery are beautiful.
thanks for the sharing of the pictures.:)

piotrkrasucki
17th Feb 2009, 03:14 AM
I thank you, I do not know english well, but I like animals very and it does not present language barrier. I have earned these cancers in poland from grower . I have paid for art 10 euro near.They eat it that shrimp just, but they hunt co-inhabitants of aquaria sometimes, so, I hold it (them) with fast fishes and big shrimps filtering.
If that it apprehend write very be glad (please), then they are exceptional "raczki"(crays), has bright color unusually and they are very small, and they do not kill delicate plants even, as in basis sometimes copy < dig >.

piotrkrasucki
23rd Feb 2009, 11:39 PM
http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/DSCN7744.jpg

cheers :-)

piotrkrasucki
10th Mar 2009, 11:37 PM
Male:

http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/DSCN7812.jpg

http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/DSCN7815.jpg

Female:

http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/DSCN7820.jpg

http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/xd-2.jpg

Cheers :-)

moaid
11th Mar 2009, 08:54 AM
is it easy to know the sex of the CPOs or any other crayfish? like some shrimp, its quite easy to determine...but for crayfish, i find it hard... any tips?

Justin12345
11th Mar 2009, 03:25 PM
is it easy to know the sex of the CPOs or any other crayfish? like some shrimp, its quite easy to determine...but for crayfish, i find it hard... any tips?

in between the female cpo, you will find a circle like hole between their flabs and legs.
in between the male cpo, you will find a extra pair of leg like 'legs"in between their flabs and legs

moaid
12th Mar 2009, 11:14 PM
in between the female cpo, you will find a circle like hole between their flabs and legs.
in between the male cpo, you will find a extra pair of leg like 'legs"in between their flabs and legs

understand that u gotta flip them over to check...hmm interesting...

piot...u having baby CPOs already??

maxitronix
16th Mar 2009, 03:30 PM
cpos are the dwarf crayfish they sell at right for those in singapore?

can they be kept with sakura shrimp?
in a 3 feet fissidens set up?
will they eat plants or shrimp?

moaid
16th Mar 2009, 05:00 PM
cpos are the dwarf crayfish they sell at right for those in singapore?

can they be kept with sakura shrimp?
in a 3 feet fissidens set up?
will they eat plants or shrimp?

yup..those are the ones...make sure it has orange stripes like one shown here..

thats what i am doing...along with my sakuras. they do meet up often when feeding time and either one will run away..of cos the cpos with claws looks more meanacing...just give ample hiding areas for both the shrimps and cpos.

piotrkrasucki
4th Apr 2009, 04:01 PM
Hi!

http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/DSCN8107.jpg

http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/piotrkrasucki/DSCN8100.jpg

:)

moaid
4th Apr 2009, 10:51 PM
waaaaaaaaahhh...congrats!!

how many do you have?? do they attack each other?? i have a pair...sometimes when they meet they "tease" each other...but at times caught them in a scuffle...not sure if they are trying to mate and i break them up..:huh:

piotrkrasucki
5th Apr 2009, 03:45 PM
Thanks! :)
J have about fifteen small cambarellus. Male is sometimes aggressive. Female is very Quiet. Especially, when it have eggs. They like high water, in the soft water they have not many children. Young camb. is very secretive, they shelter without break. They will not eat personal children rather.

cheers :)