i want to buy
any body can help.. me i'am a starter....
i'm... willing to buy.. coz this is a new thing in malaysia..
me and my friend were intend to start farming this crayfish..
the problem is how to ship this crayfish to my country.. for your
info i'm living in malaysia ..please send me info
I don't know anything about crayfish, but if you are interested in fiddler
crabs, I could help you out. Good luck obtaining crayfish!
I don't know what species of crayfish you wish to farm, but there is
already one company raising Redclaw (cherax quadricarinatus) in Malaysia
they have two locations one near Johor and one in the North. They have a
very large operation.
At 16:47 1/8/01 -0000, you wrote:
>any body can help.. me i'am a starter....
>i'm... willing to buy.. coz this is a new thing in malaysia..
>me and my friend were intend to start farming this crayfish..
>the problem is how to ship this crayfish to my country.. for your
>info i'm living in malaysia ..please send me info
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- Yes I am interested in fiddler crabs. Would you please
send some information about fiddler crabs?
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- Yay. I am very happy to hear that someone is interested in fiddler crabs.
Well, I'm a high school student and currently involved in a research science
class. I conducting a study this summer on Uca pugnax, the smallest salt
marsh fiddler crabs indigenous to the eastern seaboard. Here's some
the male has one big claw-used to attract a mate and protect its borrow, the
other claw, a much smaller one is used to eat, the female has two small claws
(it can eat much faster)
the fiddler crabs gets it name for the angle at which it holds it claw, also,
if you use your imagination, the big claw looks like a fiddle and the small
claw looks like the bow
fiddler crabs construct their burrows in the intertial area and usually
emerge from their burrows at low tide
eating: fiddler crabs are filter feeders-they intake sand and while it is
inside their body, they keep the algea and other microcsopic organisms, and
removes the unuseful parts (sand) in pellets
sometimes fiddler crabs are used for bait..
I know some more information, but its probably boring. If you tell me what
in particular you are interested in about fiddler crabs, I can hopefully help