Originally Posted by Tokey
I would get rid of it as soon as possible I have read so many stories of them wiping out whole tanks. I would ban him to your sump if you have one. Do a search on them and you can read all the horror stories your self.
Yup, I already took him to the LFS. Anyone know...
Well finally after a day of being missing, my six line shows up The goatfish has been missing for about a week though and I do feed the brittle chunks of frozen brine shrimp. At night the goatfish would hang out right near the brittle, thats why I think he got eaten during the night?
I've had my giant green brittle star for about two years now. I got him when he was only a couple inches across and now he is one foot long from arm to arm. In those two years he never touched any fish or inverts. However the past couple weeks I added a six line wrasse and a yellow goatfish...
I have a 40 gal with PC lights (96 watt full spectrum white and 96 watt actinic) 192 watts total. So what are my options for anemones and soft corals? I had my tank setup for over a year in a 25 gal and then switched to a 40, but I don't plan on adding anything for a while so I understand my...
The only damsel that hasn't been aggressive to anything is my blue velvet, all the other ones have attacked all my other fish. The 3 stripe damsel was the worst and the hardest to get out of the tank! It took me forever to catch that thing.
Originally Posted by smartorl
They will deflate when they are digesting food and when they poop. Pretty normal unless it gets drastic and it doesn't reinflate.
Really? I've never even seen my anemones do that before
I was going to try to get a couple berghia nudibranch for my aiptasia problem, but I've heard you have to cover up power heads so they won't get sucked in? And what do you feed them after they eat the aiptasia?