--- In email@example.com
, "erikaandnewton" <emcisme@...> wrote:
> Its a ten gallon. The temperature actually got up close to 90
> yesterday so I opted for putting the tank down stairs. Course that
> leads to the dilemma of now needing a stand. Why is it every other
> time, used ten gallon stands are a dime a dozen, now that I need one,
> there are none to be found?
> I have a whisper J filter running, do I need to give him an air stone?
> One web site I saw mentioned full spectrum lighting, is this for his
> health or to make him look prettier? He's pretty cool, and ballsy. He
> has no hesitation making a move toward something he sees as a threat
> (my hand fixing a plant or the dogs on the other side of the glass!)
> Now to figure out what kind of crayfish I have!
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Enrique Aniceto"
> <acocil@> wrote:
> > No too bad. But, what's the water capacity of your tank?
> > The more water, the better.
> > And would it have aeration? an air pump?
> > Good luck!
> > >From: "erikaandnewton" <emcisme@>
> > >Reply-To: email@example.com
> > >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > >Subject: [crayfishworldaccessgroup] getting a crayfish tomorrow
> and have a
> > >question
> > >Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2007 19:11:29 -0000
> > >
> > >Long story short, I agreed to give a home to a crayfish that is
> > >booted out for being a crayfish. I'd like to set the tank up in my
> > >upstairs room, but in the summer the temperature is close to 80, is
> > >this too warm for what I'm told is a blue crayfish?
> > >
> > >Thanks!
> > >
> > >erika,
> > >wilmington de, usa
> > >
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hi i have a orange tip female with babies i can not find any info on how to take care of them can someone help me?