December 13, 2018 at 12:06 pm #9174
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Full rules here:December 25, 2018 at 12:32 pm #9273
My crabitat is 40 gallon breeder tank with play sand and a 3d wall on one side. Hanging choya wood and fish net for climbing. I have put in a new saucer wheel and they seem to really like it. I have a large cork bark tube and a deer antler for them. A large shell shop that is a shower holder. Works very well and uses 3m clips to hold it on to the glass. I picked this up at home depot. i have two pools of water one salt and on fresh. I use mac cheese microwavable bowls. Large heat pad on the back and a smaller on one side.
Put a nice set of led Christmas tree lights with a Pittsburgh Penguin Christmas ornament for decoration.
Residing in Glenshaw PA
Pam L.December 26, 2018 at 1:22 pm #9275
Hi! I have 6 purple pinchers in Oklahoma City, OK. I have one large crab, 3 medium sized crabs, and 2 very little crabs. Their crabitat measures 60 x 18 1/2 x 20 inches. It’s a 110 gallon oceanic tank. It has play sand and eco earth in a 5:1 ratio with some oyster shell, spanghum moss, green sand, and leaves in different places on top. There are several branches to climb on. These are grape wood and mopani wood. There are 3 coconut hides and one coconut treehouse, and a moss cave made from a 2 liter bottle. I have 3 thermometer/hygrometers placed in different locations, an insulated UTH heater on the back of the tank, a UVB light on the top of the tank, 2 pools with bubblers, 3 food dishes with different things in each dish, and a shell shop with a variety of different sizes of shells to accommodate everyone.
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Tank size 29 gallon, with 1 large purple pincher and 2 E’s- one almoat medium and the other one small.
Sub is a mix of eco earth and sand
They are spoiled with a wide range of foods including fresh and dried mixes, a calcium pit, leaf litter pit, climbing net, bridge, and tree. Along with several cholla logs and greenery. They have a fresh and salt pool, a nice size shell shop which the pp is a fanshionista of. They also have a coconut hide. They have been digging a ton so it looks like a war zone. They also have a disk, but i have not seen them use it yet. Dont mind the readings on the hydrometer, i just re-soaked the shells, changed water, and fed them.
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Pam is our winner! Congrats and thanks to all who participated!
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