- 7 May 2007
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The miss bought me this for my birthday .. 'Enoplometopus debelius'
The other good thing you forgot to say about it, is when it is bigger you can eat it.:nono: only joking.
Can you keep it with shrimp?
Nice...bet you will think twice before you stick your hands inside the tank....I like your Bi-color, how big is she?
no where in my post did i say the actual lobster breaking the glass...
Be very warry of these lobsters. They get big really fast and can and will catch and kill their tank mates. I know all the local fish shops in my area and they contstantly get these things returned after a few months when the tanks are empty as they have eaten the fish. I still think these should not be for sale at all, unless for a species specific tank.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, good luck with your quary.
Neil, thanks for this, I don't want to disagree with you because I believe this is what the forums are about.. getting to the bottom of inconsistant information, but I have 3 websites and a marine atlas that disagree with you, and another reefkeeper who has had 2 in his tank for years without a problem.. can you provide me with any more info and / or any resource material I can refer to.
Jeez, the last think I want to do is introduce something that will eat my fishies !
Appreciate the comments.. I want to get to the bottom of this.