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Purple Vampire Crab (Geosesarma dennerle)

$16.99

The Purple Vampire Crab, sometimes referred to as a Devil Crab is a small colorful crab that does well in a semi-aquatic environment.  It thrives in captivity and can be kept in groups.  Contrasting purple and yellow make it one of the more striking Geosesarma crab species.

Red Devil Crab (Geosesarma sp.)

$14.99

The Red Devil Crab, sometimes referred to as a Vampire Crab is a small colorful crab that does well in a semi-aquatic environment.  It thrives in captivity and can be kept in groups.  Bright reds on the carapace make it one of the more striking Geosesarma crab species.

Black Leg Vampire Crab (Geosesarma sp. ‘Black Leg’)

$18.99

The Black Leg Vampire Crab is a small colorful terrestrial crustacean from Indonesia that does well in a semi-aquatic environment. In the wild, they inhabit tropical stream banks and hillsides and are usually found in large groups. In captivity, they require a warm, humid environment with clean moving water. The high contrast orange carapace and black legs make it one of the more striking Geosesarma species.

Rainbow Vampire Crab (Geosesarma rouxi)

$18.99

The Rainbow Vampire Crab is one of the more colorful members of its genus, with red legs, yellow eyes, and a yellow-orange carapace. Like all vampire crabs, they are largely terrestrial crustaceans found throughout several Indonesian islands and will do well in a semi-aquatic habitat. In the wild, they inhabit tropical stream banks and hillsides and are usually found in large groups. In captivity, they require a warm, humid environment with clean moving water. They make ideal and fascinating residents of naturalistic terrariums or paludariums.

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Thai Micro Spider Crab (Limnopilos naiyanetri)

$4.99

The Thai Micro Spider Crab is a small and highly specialized freshwater crustacean found throughout shallow waters and partially flooded rice fields in Central and Eastern Thailand. In the wild, it tends to inhabit warm, slightly acidic, slow-moving (or still) water, usually in areas of dense vegetation. They are usually found in large groups clinging to floating plants, grasses, or root systems where they use their unique hair-covered claws to filter out tiny food particles from the water. In the aquarium, they make a fascinating addition to a nano invertebrate tank or with select (very small, peaceful) fish tankmates. They prefer heavily planted tanks with plenty of cover and structures, and will do best in slightly soft water. Although they will filter feed and graze on algae or biofilms to to some degree, they should be provided with very small sinking granules or flakes regularly.