|Latin name||Percnon gibbesi|
|Common name||Sally Lightfoot Crabs|
|Family||Majoidea - Percnon|
|Origin||East Indian Ocean, The Mexican Golf|
|Max length||10 cm (3.9")|
As aquarium fish
Threat towards crustaceans
This species poses a threat towards shrimps and crabs etc., which are relatively small.
Can be a threat to small fish
This spicies might be a threat to smaller fishes.
Can be a threat to anemones
This species likes eating anemones.
This crab can be a threat to small fish, crustaceans and corals, when they are fully grown.
Family description (Majoidea)
Most crabs are not wanted in coral aquaria, although there are a few which are either fun or useful.
References and further reading
James W. Fatherree. 2010. Aquarium Invertebrates: Crabs in the Marine Aquarium - Advanced Aquarist - (English)
Ronald L. Shimek. 2004. Marine Invertebrates (PocketExpert Guide) - TFH Publications / Microcosm Ltd. - (English)
Bob Fenner. Crabs For Marine Aquariums? Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 - Wet Web Media - (English)
|eats shrimp, eats crab, eats fish, eats sea anomone|