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(3) "Dwarf Blue" Cambarellus Diminutus This is one of the Smallest Crayfish species known - 1.25" when full grown. These ship as roughly 1/4" unsexed juveniles. (Small!) Plant friendly - breeds easily. Can be kept in groups as long as there is plenty of extra hiding spots, live plants and mosses are recommended. Driftwood will provide hiding spots and may help in lowering PH values. These range from Blue to Grayish depending on water conditions. Lower PH and softer water seem to bring out the best blue coloration. We recommend a "Buffering" soil specifically for freshwater shrimp or plants to get the best coloration.
Home bred in the USA
Posted by Dublin on Mar 29th 2017
My dwarf blues arrived relatively fast and in healthy condition. Some were really blue, and some were pale blue to clear.
Posted by Voloyal on Mar 8th 2017
My babies arrived a beautiful blue and are happy in their (current) little 5-gallon. However, I had failed to realize that they will arrive smaller than a Red Cherry Shrimp, so make sure you have a tank safe enough to let them grow first!