Makes me feel like I'm reading a well written novel! Sometimes I'm bad about not updating, and I think it would probably be better if I did lots of smaller updates, but its hard to find the time to take pictures, upload, then type it all up ya know?
Red Serpent Star, pred. I have always gotten great advice from you in the past and have used WWM as a primary resource for years. I don't test for anything else. I figure regular water changes take care of everything else.
The newer of the 2 was set up in I also have a Red Serpent Star - Ophioderma squamosissimus, I think, along with several smaller serpent stars and a bunch of micro brittles and Asterinasa variety of snails, and more amphipods and copepods than can be counted.
The refugium has a Diamond Goby to stir the sand, and all the cool little things that just seem to appear in a tank over the years. A couple months ago, an Orange Back Fairy Wrasse that I had had for many years died, and before I could get it out, the red serpent had engulfed it.
I didn't really see the need, at that point, of depriving it of a meal, so I left it be. As wrasses do, it hid for a couple days. Do you think The Red Serpent has decided to follow in it's green cousins footsteps? I don't really want to trade it in either.
What would you do if it were yours? Being an avid reader of WWM, I have learned to quarantine everything - so in this case I placed it into a small 5G tank with light and circulation. This was even more important in this case since my friend told me his tank was still recovering from "some sort of bug".
It has been in quarantine for six days now, how long would you keep the Chaetomorpha in quarantine? Move the Chaeto in now or not? If so, would you give it a dip in freshwater or anything like that for extra safety?
Bristle worms and two mini-sea stars. I am removing the bristle worms I find as I understand they are undesirable for a reef tank, correct?
In looking through many pictures, I am almost positive they are Brittle Stars my belief is that they are Ophiothrix, not sure if Ophiothrix purpurea, suensonii or something else. The actual size is about 0.Jun 06, · I also decided to pickup a lighting upgrade for the biocube.
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