drunkreefer Posted June 6, 2009 Share Posted June 6, 2009 My spikefin goby post went so well so why not post another great reef safe animal not so common, this is a porcelain crab. here is some info and a great link with picts.....http://www.wildsingapore.com/chekjawa/text/r323.htm The Porcelain Crab is a small dark crab with flat claws. These crabs feed by extending their maxillipeds, which are designed to catch plankton which they then transfer to their mouths. These are great little crabs for any reef aquarium. They will spend most of their time in the comfort of rock crevices. Porcelain Crabs can be kept in large groups if enough rockwork is present. They should be provided an aquarium with a good water flow. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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