• Brazos Dwarf Mexican Crayfish/Mini Lobster (Cambarellus texanus) - 1/2" to 1 1/2"
  • Brazos Dwarf Mexican Crayfish/Mini Lobster (Cambarellus texanus) - 1/2" to 1 1/2"
  • Brazos Dwarf Mexican Crayfish/Mini Lobster (Cambarellus texanus) - 1/2" to 1 1/2"

Brazos Dwarf Mexican Crayfish/Mini Lobster (Cambarellus texanus) - 1/2" to 1 1/2"

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This miniature freshwater crayfish features a spunky personality and a marbled pattern of various brown, tan, and beige colors.
 
Introducing the Brazos Dwarf Crayfish, the newest addition to our collection of invertebrates! These little crayfish are very similar to Orange CPO Crayfish in appearance and behavior, but their colors are earth tones as opposed to the bright orange color that the CPOs display. Most Brazos Dwarf Crayfish are brown in color, with some tan and beige colors that form marbled patterns along the body.
 
Dwarf crayfish like this one are one of our favorite invertebrates. They are much larger in size than dwarf shrimp (they can grow up to 1.6 inches long) and tend to live much longer, but are still small enough to comfortably live in a tank as small as five gallons. They are are quite active and do not hide during the day like most larger crayfish. They definitely make an exciting addition to any aquarium and are a great way to get into invertebrates if you haven't joined the craze already!
 
Though this crayfish is small enough not to be a threat to most other tank inhabitants, they have on occasion gone after dwarf shrimp, so we cannot recommend keeping them in the same tank.
 
RECOMMENDED TANK PARAMETERS:
  • pH level range: 6.0 - 8.0
  • Temperature range: 60° - 82° F (16° - 28° C)    
  • Water type: Medium hard
  • Recommended Aquatic Arts tank mates: Other types of dwarf shrimp (such as Blue Velvet shrimp, Sakura Red Cherry Shrimp, Crystal Black Shrimp, etc.), various types of snails (such as Nerite Snails, Mystery Snails, Sulawesi Snails, etc.). They can also be kept with small to medium-sized, non-aggressive fish such as Danios, Rasboras, and some types of Guppies.
  • Additional notes: Relatively easy to care for - similar to other dwarf shrimp species. Dwarf shrimp prefer to live in tanks with live aquatic plants (such as java moss, baby tears, green cabomba, etc). This is because dwarf shrimp like the cover that plants provide, they love to graze on the plants for algae, and the plants help keep the water clean for them.
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