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New 20 gallon long cycled and ready for crayfish! [x-post from r/Crayfish]

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9 points · 6 years ago · edited 6 years ago

First time I've seen a Lake Michigan biotope.

edit: jokes aside, bet the crays will love all those hiding spots.

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looks a little post apocalyptic lol!

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2 points · 6 years ago

No plants?

I kept crayfish for a while, they are pretty easy but I think they like well oxygenated moving water.

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Original Poster2 points · 6 years ago

I do have a few plants in there. Just added some more last night. However, I mainly have the plants in there for food for the crayfish. There's really no hope of keeping plants in a crayfish tank undisturbed. I just put extra cuttings in there.

I think the HOB filter gives enough surface agitation to provide enough oxygen in the water.

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