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  1. One shall never, ever, go internet shopping when the brain has been seriously crippled by poor quality air and excessive heat! Last night, in the fog of my misfiring synapses I succumbed to the enticing little eyes looking at me from the screen and pushed the "add to cart" button. Worse, I went through the whole checkout process unfazed by the sheer act that this is the most expensive critter I will ever possess! Three Vampire crabs are on the way! So, of course I do not have a tank for them. Yet. I will be transforming the 6 gal. bookshelf into a paludarium, so today is frantic transformation of the tank, especially newly required lids that I have to build since they are escape artists. Will be moving the baby and most adult cherry shrimps into the Pygmy corydoras tank, and rescape the tank a bit. I should credit @Patrick_G for getting me into thinking about these crabs again. Photos coming once it gets lighter and I document the mess. 😁
  2. Anyone here keep these interesting inverts? I only have 3 aquariums, and two of them are basically breeding tanks for feeder guppies. The rest of my setups are paludarium-ish, and mainly have plants. I really like how the crabs eat the smaller pests and keep them in check.
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