Crayfish, also known as crawfish, crawdads, freshwater lobsters, mountain
lobsters, ... Some kinds of crayfish are known locally as lobsters, crawdads,
mudbugs, and .... Sometimes the claws are remo...
They have also been known to eat their own kind on occasion. If their preferred
food sources are limited, crayfish feed on wood, roots or other types of plants.
Crawdads -- also known as crawfish, crayfish and mudbugs -- are nocturnal
arthropods, ... Do not be concerned with dropping the food near his hiding spot;
your ... He will actually eat it within a few days himself for the minerals it contains.
May 22, 2013 ... In natural river like environments, the crayfish feeds on all types of things. ... They
really love eating dead fish and plants (this is their main food source). ... Owners
sometimes worry that the crawdad will kill their aquarium fish ...
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Jun 28, 2011 ... If Calvin says yes,Craig will say no even if the answer is yes.Crayfish, crawfish, or
crawdads -- members of the superfamilies Astacoidea and ...
They do indeed look like small lobsters, are crustaceans and even have the
same ... to feed them plants such as lettuce and of course you can use crayfish
Crayfish are voracious eaters and consume many foods including vegetables.
Crayfish in captivity are often fed a slightly different diet from what they eat in the
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Jul 6, 2009 ... this is my pet crayfish named bubblegum junior. i guess the crayfish was reallllly
hungry. LOL. the way it eats its food is sooo cute! please ...
Crayfish are omnivorous and will eat a wide variety of foods, including plants,
insects, frog eggs, small fish, dead plants and animals and worms. They
Jun 21, 2014 ... As for frozen foods, they happily accept small portions of frozen fish, daphnia,
bloods worms and brine shrimp. A word of warning – crayfish love aquatic plants
and will eat any that .... How do I help them survive? do I put in a tank divider? ......
Im not sure what this means, some kind of nutritional deficiency?