On Monday, May 12 our crab shed. It looked like a ghost crab. The shell was white and soft but really neat o. I held it in my hand and it felt smooth and it was light. We kept it so now it is on the jar of shells. I wonder why the crab won’t come out from under the little house thing. Mrs Parron says that he is still trying to get used to the new shell. What do you think?
Today i fed both tanks and cleaned them. After feeding, I did water quality on both tanks.
Today I fed Mrs. Parron’s and Mr. Jones’ tanks. In Mrs. Parron’s tanks there is a blue crab that eats squid and in Mr. Jones’ tank there are trout that eat powder food.
Yesterday in Mr Jones’ tank I fed the baby Trouts. I also cleaned the out side and scrubbed the inside of the glass. I also fed Mrs Parrons Blue Crab squid and cleaned the inside and out side of her tank. After cleaning the tanks I got a water sample to take back to the lab to test for ph, nitrate, nitrite, and ammonia.
There is one blue crab in the room 112 tank. It eats a medium sized piece of squid. The crab is very well
There is one small Blue Crab in that tank in her room. The Blue Crab eats median size squid , the water quailty is pretty stabile. The Blue Crab is pretty healthy in there. 🙂
This tank houses a hermit crab which is fed a small piece of squid. This tank was vacuumed last week by Julian and Phaith