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Baccus

We do have some interesting crays or yabbies depending on which state you come from. I quite like the little native small yabbies in the Engaeus family although they do look weird with their tiny back ends, like a body builder who spent too much time working on his torso and forgot about working his legs too.

http://www.aabio.com.au/crayfish-list/

Now that we have finally had a spot of rain here it might even be worth while going on a yabby hunt, even though I would most likely only find Red Claw.

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On 15/10/2017 at 6:49 AM, Baccus said:

We do have some interesting crays or yabbies depending on which state you come from. I quite like the little native small yabbies in the Engaeus family although they do look weird with their tiny back ends, like a body builder who spent too much time working on his torso and forgot about working his legs too.

http://www.aabio.com.au/crayfish-list/

Now that we have finally had a spot of rain here it might even be worth while going on a yabby hunt, even though I would most likely only find Red Claw.

Lol! Sure they forgot to work on their legs ?

But they are cute though

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