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Sesarma sp., (ortmanni ?), 19
Red claw Crab


Origin: Unknown

Etymology:

Synonyms:

First European import:

Description: See picture

Care: These crabs require a tank where they can climb out of the water. Lowered waterlevels and large stones that rise above the waterlevel. Cover the tank well, since they are excellent climbers, and can escape a tank without a tight fitting cover.

Temperature: Tropical

Feeding: Frozen food, plant leaves, algae.

Size: Up to 10 cm wide.

pH: 6.5-7.5

Breeding: Unknown.

Sexual dimorphism:Unknown

Prices:5-7€

Additional: Do not remove the exoskeletons after the crabs molt, they will eat it.

Picture references: Picture 1: E. Naus

References: None.

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