Aquatic Plant Forum banner

1 - 4 of 4 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
458 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Looks like I had a C. Puer with eggs.
It mated with the big cray 4 weeks ago. He's gone now, can't seem to find him.
It looks like I have 2 young small crays and I assume this is including the pregnant one.
I saw her hiding in a homemade slate cave last week and saw the eggs on her back legs.

Today I saw two crays but no eggs on both of them. It is possible I have a third. I mean I haven't seen a cray for 2 days and it can be a week since my tank is heavily planted, especially at the top of the tank.

How long does it take the crays to hatch. I assume they are miniatures of their parents.
I have no filter (just lights and a heater) so I have no worry about being sucked up.

Thanks

P.S. It's the the 20gallon long - see link in signature.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
271 Posts
Hi there,

Well I don't know much about the species you have but I can give you an estimate of about 3-6 weeks before they hatch. I am apart of a crayfish forum where there are experts who can help you.

http://www.bluecrayfish.com/forum/

Just ask any questions here and we would be glad to help you out.:D
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,322 Posts
Looks like I had a C. Puer with eggs.
It mated with the big cray 4 weeks ago. He's gone now, can't seem to find him.
It looks like I have 2 young small crays and I assume this is including the pregnant one.
I saw her hiding in a homemade slate cave last week and saw the eggs on her back legs.

Today I saw two crays but no eggs on both of them. It is possible I have a third. I mean I haven't seen a cray for 2 days and it can be a week since my tank is heavily planted, especially at the top of the tank.

How long does it take the crays to hatch. I assume they are miniatures of their parents.
I have no filter (just lights and a heater) so I have no worry about being sucked up.

Thanks

P.S. It's the the 20gallon long - see link in signature.
Around 4-6 weeks.
 
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
Top