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Male / Female Crayfish?! How to tell?

Discussion in 'Freshwater Invertebrates' started by CrypticSins, Mar 13, 2006.

  1. CrypticSins

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    How can you tell the difference between Male and Feamle Crayfish? I don't want any more than two crayfish in my tank, but I want the possibility to breeding to still be present. Any images to clearly show the difference would be Great. thanks..

    Hmm, >.> Guppy!!!!
     
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    on the under side of the tail it will show but i need pic's to show u
     
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    Which species?
     
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    Ok, o_O got any pics?
     
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    Guppy, I am dissappointed in you, I just couldn't wait on you any longer

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    LOL, I was busy.
     
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    Heh, :headbang2
     
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    there just like us either a outy or a inny lol :headbang2
     
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    Is it true the if one claw is bigger than the other then its a safe guess that its a male???
     
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    No, that type of sexual dimorphism is not common to crayfish.
     
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