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PostPosted: Jun 21st, '09, 16:13 
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As far as the Murray crays go, I asked around some time back, and most fisheries told me that they're too hard or just impossible to breed in captivity


they can be bred. I saw them doing it at adelaide university in ? 1992
they had ponds out the side with this species in them

regarding long growout times

who really knows? 5 years in the wild, but they dont have access to such good water quality and high end food supply out there. maybe they will do far better?

but if they are as aggressive as you say then thats almost the end of it


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