Crawfish

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So my sister and brother-in-law went on a hike about 6 months ago and caught a bunch of craw fish... well one of them had babbies so i took 5 of the little ones off their hands.. they so cute to watch and fight over food.. here they are..
 
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TNeal

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I love crayfish. I had bred a tropical species. They are excellent and very educational pets. Good luck with them.

Tom
 

sammyp

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Very cute! I'm breeding blue crayfish at work at the moment. Any idea what species yours are?
 

CopperInMyVeins

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Cool stuff, but these guys are definitely spineless. I'd love to keep those big blue Australian ones at some point.
 

compnerd7

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I have no idea what speices thease are.. still doing a little research on them.

hah i know these are spineless, but there's no real other place to post about them :wall:
 

mindlessvw

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may i say the season is almost over for them down here and thats anamazing bummer...not to be weird but they are amazingly tasty!
 

compnerd7

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may i say the season is almost over for them down here and thats anamazing bummer...not to be weird but they are amazingly tasty!
hahah ohh yes that's the reson my brother-in-law caught them in the first place, was to eat them! they are very good:drool: , but then they became sort of his pets
:rolleyes:
 

Mistwalker

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Hrm, well, these don't actually have spines, but I dunno what other category they'd go into.

I've eaten plenty of these, and kept a couple in part of a local wildlife tank. When I got my european legless lizard she went into that tank. I thought she'd ignore them, but she caught and ate them all.
 

compnerd7

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Hrm, well, these don't actually have spines, but I dunno what other category they'd go into.

I've eaten plenty of these, and kept a couple in part of a local wildlife tank. When I got my european legless lizard she went into that tank. I thought she'd ignore them, but she caught and ate them all.
i had these with an african dwarf frog, and watched them clsoely to make sure that they would hurt him(he is a pretty big one) i came home and he was eating one of the crayfish that was twice his size!!! so now i need to take him out lol
 

Yuki

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haha I love the little guys too, my friend owns a few. she lets them walk on her hand in the water its cute.
 

Drachenjager

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may i say the season is almost over for them down here and thats anamazing bummer...not to be weird but they are amazingly tasty!
nuttin wierd bout that lol If man wasnt intended to wat crawfish they wouldnt look like lobsters...
AND i know its officially spelled crayfish but that sounds so gay
 

Mr. Mordax

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These guys are great! :D Camping a few summers ago we caught quite a few in our traps (as well as wading around with a net and a flashlight ;)), and one seemed just too small to eat -- so I put him in a tank and kept him as a pet. His name was Mr. Tasty and he molted once while I had him.
 

Drachenjager

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These guys are great! :D Camping a few summers ago we caught quite a few in our traps (as well as wading around with a net and a flashlight ;)), and one seemed just too small to eat -- so I put him in a tank and kept him as a pet. His name was Mr. Tasty and he molted once while I had him.
LOL@Mr. Tasty
 
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