4 Things to Consider When Maintaining Other Fish With Small Water Lobster

4 Things to Consider When Maintaining Other Fish With Small Water Lobster - If you want to have freshwater lobsters, there are some things you might want to consider. After having had freshwater lobsters for almost three years, I have learned some important things about treating freshwater lobsters.
 Things to Consider When Maintaining Other Fish With Small Water Lobster 4 Things to Consider When Maintaining Other Fish With Small Water Lobster

Tank Size Matters

First, the size of the tank will be very important if you plan to have crayfish and other fish. For one, lobster is a very dirty creature. A crayfish can pollute the tank faster than the waste it produces. For this reason, I recommend at least a twenty gallon tank. Personally I have been able to store my own crayfish in a ten-gallon tank. However, to do so, it is necessary to change the water more often so that the tank looks fresh and clean.

In addition, larger tanks will provide more space for crayfish and other fish. This is good because lobsters are very territorial creatures.

Types of Mates Tanks

Crayfish is an aggressive creature. They are omnivores who love nothing more than getting claws on something and eating it. They have no problem eating other fish in your tank, plants and even other crayfish, if you have them.

So, if you plan to have other fish in your fish tank along with your pet crayfish, get fish that are also aggressive. Fish that swim near the top of the tank and who work fast are also great.

I currently have ax fish and red tail sharks in my twenty gallon tank along with my pet blue crayfish. Red tail sharks have actually lived with my pet crayfish for about two years. This works really well because he is also aggressive, swimming near the top of the tank and fast swimmer. This does not mean that my crayfish does not try to seize it from time to time, right.

Remember, slow fish and swim near the bottom of the fish tank, where crayfish live, are very likely to eat. I have lost several fish since the beginning because they are slow swimming fish.

Food

My experience is that if I keep my crayfish well, they are not always aggressive. Obviously, the more a hungry crayfish is, the more likely it is to try to hunt and catch your other fish. So, feed your crayfish, but of course don't feed it excessively.

Get a hiding place

Lobster You need a hiding place. Again, crayfish are territorial and like to have a place to dig. This is especially true and important when lobster water is your pet's pet molting. Because when a crayfish is molt, it is also a target for other creatures in the tank, because it is weak. The hiding place is cheap and can be bought at any pet shop. Or you can make it from PVC pipes.

Elvis writes on topics such as self defense, politics and survival. He also wrote about his favorite crayfish and reviewed fish tanks and other products for aquarists.

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