Re: [anubiasdesign] Wanted: Colorful Fiddler Crabs
- Batfish Aquatics is a separate company but I've passed all the info I had on to Joshua including suppliers, etc. so he'll be getting a lot of the same types of fish, inverts and plants from the same sources. It was time for me to get back to fish as a hobby.Batfish Aquatics should be able to get the crabs you're looking for, though it may take a while because they're only occasionally available.Mark
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--- On Wed, 2/13/13, the_valeyard <doctor@...> wrote:
From: the_valeyard <doctor@...>
Subject: [anubiasdesign] Wanted: Colorful Fiddler Crabs
Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 10:32 PMI've spent the last couple years looking for colorful Fiddler Crabs, with no luck. Figured I'd try the list to see if someone had any ideas.
- Not looking for the reddish brown ones with yellow highlights you see in all the stores
- Not looking for the white/purplish ones from Florida
I'm looking for something like the Borneo Fiddler Crabs (they have many types), Watermelon Crabs, or any other fiddler crabs with different colors than the two common types I mentioned above.
Also, on an unrelated note, is Batfish Aquatics the replacement for Anubias Design? I haven't been paying attention to the list for a while, and noticed the name change.