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    got more crays

    Discussion in 'Freshwater Invertebrates' started by MultispeciesTamer, Mar 23, 2009.

    1. Horiyoshi III

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      Virile cray.
      When you collect them do they have those hitchhikers on them like out here?


      They look like little worms attached at one side.And even after a molt they still have them.
       
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      just a normal minnow trap with raw shrimp for bait
       
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      no we dont have thos that i know of
       
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      Is this another virilis? Looks like one to me just got it today there was also a small rusty in the trap but I let him go.

      pet fish 186.jpg

      pet fish 187.jpg

      pet fish 189.jpg
       
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      From the claws/arms, it looks like an O. virilis. Very interesting mottling to it, very awesome looking cray.

      P.s. You're very lucky not to have annelids (what Horiyoshi III was talking about) on your crayfish... I get them on the ones I trap here. There don't do anything bad, but they creep me out so badly lol (that and I hate salt-bathing the crayfish to get rid of them) :p
       
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      yeah i like the marks on this one but i think this ones going back to the wild i need females of the rusty and devil
       
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      could you sell them to me?
       

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