Here's one species that I saw, Triopha catalinae:
I also ran into a few sea lemons.
Anyways let me know!
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To be expected, I'd really like to see if anyone has had any luck with other species outside of lettuce slugs.
I guess you could do a species tank, but only do it if you know what it eats. Also, if they die it's possible it could nuke your tank.
Edited by CarrillXXP, 05 November 2011 - 12:17 AM.
You're the type of man who passes by sports illustrated and grabs encyclopedia brittanica when you take a dump, huh?
Did someone mention Alto ???
Im GAGA for Alto !!
I'd give you a hug but you might stab me
That'd be awesome, but I'd want a Sea Lemon or maybe another CA coastal slug. Mostly dorid species. I'll look into it more, it's not something I would get myself into without enough preface.
I want a blue velvet slug also and got one a long while back but it died due to messing up my tank acclimation. Most pet stores that deal in saltwater and basic inverts/coral should take it as a trade in, or as part of a local reef club. They are gorgeous and decent sized to enjoy in a nano tank.
Velvet sea slugs (Chelidonura varians) are so beautiful, and I wish I could keep one. Well, with the problems I've been having getting rid of flatworms that are resistant to Flatworm Exit, I might have to get one, but only if I could set up an exchange program with other local reefers who needed help with flatworm control so it wasn't a wasted life for only one aquarium. Unfortunately, some of the most amazing creatures in the sea are so specialized that we aren't able to enjoy them in our aquariums.
Maybe I will get to see some of these amazing creatures when I go to Hawaii next week!