The soft shell crab is really just overall blue crab recently molted. When eating seafood, as a rule, blue crab, which you will find in diners and turns red when boiled. Blue crabs are alert animals and will respond to you. During its growth, the blue crab loses its hard exoskeleton leaving the soft-shelled crab. It is extremely difficult to get a crab at this point, because, if it is not eaten by other, hard shell begins to grow again.
Raising a Soft-Shelled Crab
Cover the bottom of the aquarium with dirt and stones. It must be thick enough for the crabs to have a place to hide under its surface. It also should be uniform, so that when water is added to the tank, the crab can be completely submerged or on dry ground.
Place the plants in the dirt, giving more area for the crab to hide. Crab will have live plants, so they need to be replaced.
Filling the tank with a small amount of lightly salted water to give Crab bathing zone. The water temperature should be maintained at 72 degrees Fahrenheit pH balance should be between 6-8 to sustain life.
Feed the crab dead fish or any other dead shellfish, such as shrimp and oysters.
See crabs shed their outer shell, the shell turns green from 14 to 50 days before molting. Crabs go through molting stage several times throughout his life, but at this stage is considered to be a soft shell crab.
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