Will crawfish die if they are not in water?
No, actually they need to get out of water sometimes. BUT, they can only survive out of water for about 10min or less
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The greatest diversity of crayfish species is found in fresh water rivers and lakes in south-eastern North America.
Male crawfish/crawdads produce a packet of sperm that resembles a small raspberry. They approach a female and place the packet at the base of the third peripod using a pair of… modified pleopods (in English, that's underneath at the back end, where all the little paddles are). The female curls her abdomen under, and fertilizes the eggs in a special chamber there.
A crawfish (also known as a crayfish) is a fresh-water crustaceanthat looks like and is closely related to a very small lobster.Their scientific name is Astacoidea and are in …the Astacoidea andParastacoidea superfamilies. Crawfish breathe using gills and live in fresh, flowing bodies ofwater such as brooks or streams that do not freeze on the bottom inwinter. They are a popular food in the Cajun and Creole communityof Louisiana.
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The Crawfish is an invertebrates.
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they pull there tail under there body and it makes them swim bckward
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Indeed you can, although the best months to catch them are in the fall and spring. The amount of crawfish you can catch depends more on the are than the month though. places l…ike Louisiana have and abundance all year round.
Crayfish can breathe under water. It is not a good to pull them out of the water to often. They can become stressed and die. Provide plenty of hiding spots that can not be acc…essed by aggressive fish.
yes in fact that is when they hunt their prey.
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Yes, with dirt and rocks. But they will need a food supply.
The identity of any given species is determined by genetics. Identification of a species by zoologists involves observation of various details. In the case of a crawfish, you …would note the chitinous exoskeleton, the size and shape of the pincers, and so forth. It's a lot like a lobster, but smaller.
There is no evidence that they do dream.