Aquatic Arts 1 Juvenile Electric Blue Crayfish | Live Freshwater Aquarium Lobster/Crawfish/Crawdad/Real Living Fish Tank Pet

September 26, 2019 - Comment

One of the most colorful freshwater creatures available, the ever popular Electric Blue Crayfishmust be seen to be believed! This crayfish (also known as a freshwater lobster, though truelobsters don’t exist in freshwater) possesses a gorgeous cerulean blue color that looksespecially striking when the aquarium is lit by LED bulbs or full spectrum lights.Though most crayfish

One of the most colorful freshwater creatures available, the ever popular Electric Blue Crayfishmust be seen to be believed! This crayfish (also known as a freshwater lobster, though truelobsters don’t exist in freshwater) possesses a gorgeous cerulean blue color that looksespecially striking when the aquarium is lit by LED bulbs or full spectrum lights.Though most crayfish are reclusive, these are very active by comparison and spend plenty oftime exploring the aquarium. They eat almost any meaty or plant-based foods, and they areknown to be live aquarium plant eaters, so take note before packing your tank with plants!As they mature, crayfish may behave aggressively towards other animals. It is important toprovide them with an assortment of hiding places, such as an assortment of fake plants or PVCpipes. Due to the size and waste production of this crayfish, a 30-gallon, well filtered aquariumis the minimum size necessary for one adult. This is a hardy animal, but regular water changesare vital for its optimal health. Crayfish will typically eat whatever they can catch, but since theymove so slow, they are not often able to harm fast-swimming fish (such as Tiger Barbs, Mollies,Platies, etc.).This listing is for a juvenile crayfish, which is a younger and smaller variant of Electric BlueCrayfish at a discount price. This crayfish is a particularly fast grower and should grow into adultsize and full color potential within 1 to 3 months. In the meantime, customers who choose to
buy a juvenile specimen can save money and experience the excitement of watching their littlecrayfish grow!CARE GUIDE:- Temperature: 65°- 76° F (18° – 24° C)- pH: 6.5 – 7.5- KH: 6 – 15 dKH- Minimum tank size: 30 gallons- Average adult size: 4 – 5 inches (10 – 12.7 cm) body length minus claws- Average purchase size: 1+ inches (2.5+ cm)- WARNING: Copper is toxic to invertebrates. Avoid any aquarium products that containcopper in any form.