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Emerald Crab - Group of 3
Mithrax Sculptus
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Tank Stats
Size : 1/2 - 1 inch
Care Level : Easy
Temperament : Peaceful
Reef Safe : With Caution
Diet : Algae, Flake, Algae Sheets
Origin : Caribbean
Acclimation Time : 1+ Hours
Minimum Tank Size : 20 gallons

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The Emerald Crab makes a great valuable addition to any aquarium. It is basically introduced into tanks to help tackle bubble algae problems. The Emerald Crab mainly feeds on it and maintains a clean and clear surface of the rocks present in the aquarium. It is completely reef safe, and is very easy to take care of. The Emerald Crab is often considered as scavengers as they clean out most organic debris from the aquarium. It belong to the class Crustacea and order Decapoda, which is characterized by two pair of antennae, three body parts, and five pairs of legs. The Emerald Crab is an extremely hardy creature that can survive even in harsh conditions, and hence for this reason they can tolerate water temperatures within the outer range of their habitat, i.e. from nineties to as low as fifty-five degrees Fahrenheit. This creature is found in abundance within their specific habitat. The Emerald Crab is green in colour with very rough texture, and has hairy legs, and smooth claws which they use to gather food. Their head is mainly connected to the thorax and covered by a shell called carapace, beneath which the small abdomen and tail lies. They mainly stay hidden during the day time and venture out in the evening to forage on various types of algae. Shedding the exoskeleton allows them to remove their restricting shell and begin a fresh new shell. This process is known as ??molting??. The Emerald Crab basically occupies small crevices within rocks and lives on the underside of coral rubble.

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