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MK1623

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  1. Thank you. Mine close up after waterchanges but it has never this long. Usually, they are fine on the following day, so I was getting worried as it closed for a week! But it seems that it is going back to normal soon. Thank you!
  2. It shed its skin about 30 minutes ago. It looks different from yesterday and the last six days and it seems it is going to open! Is it a good sign?
  3. Thank you! Wow, it can be months! I will do some research on it! Thank you! It has been in this spot since 28th of May. So, about two months.
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    What is it? Is it a pest?

    hahaha... I hope I will not come across it often! It was scary! Thank you very much for explain what is it.
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    What is it? Is it a pest?

    I am so glad to hear it helps cleaning the tank! Now I think that I will keep it, although I do not want to see it often! Anyway, I live in England and it might be a bit long way to come for you to pick it up. 🙂
  6. How long will it be like this? So, will it grow?
  7. Thank you!! I was worried. So the hermit crab was doing a good thing for the leather finger coral!! I thought he has been naughty and eating! I will take him out from the satellite then! Thank you very much. What a relief!
  8. My leather finger coral has shrunk after the water change last Thursday and it looks a bit sad and miserable all the time. I do not know why it has been like that. The water change might cause it or I had aiptasia on one of my snails at that time. The snail has been walking around the leather finger coral and it might have touched to the leather finger. Also one of the hermit crabs has been on it after it shrunk. It was unusual and I tried to remove the hermit again and again because the hermit seems eating it. Then, I have moved hermit crab in a satellite as it has been a nuisance. The last photo was taken just before the water change. It used to shrink at night but it opened up during the daytime. However, after the water change, it is always shrunk and has never opened since. Is it a very bad sign that a leather finger coral has been shrunk over 6 days? How can I get it back to normal? Is it sick or dying? If it is sick or dying, how can I save it?
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    What is it? Is it a pest?

    Thank you!!!! It has a scary looking, so I thought it might be a pest! Thank you!
  10. I found this scary looking creature in my tank this morning. What is it? Is it a pest? https://www.dropbox.com/s/xfi6pmwg2rjez2w/IMG_5820.MOV?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/52zfoczrftm32a1/IMG_5821.MOV?dl=0 May Pom Pom crabs eat it?
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    Clownfish fighting, normal or too much?

    Thank you!!! I am glad to know it is normal because I have been a bit worried that the small one might be injured or killed. The smaller one has started shaking (submissions) and it seems that the bigger one is less aggressive toward the smaller one compared to several hours ago. Hopefully, they will pair up soon. Thank you!!
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    Clownfish fighting, normal or too much?

    Thank you! I think the smaller one started shaking (submissions) and it seems that the bigger one is less chasing the smaller one compared to several hours ago. Hopefully, they will settle down soon. Thank you!
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    Clownfish fighting, normal or too much?

    Thank you. Yes, I got them both very small and I think that they need time and fights to decide which one becomes the dominant one to pair up. I will see how things go and hopefully they will pair up soon!
  14. MK1623

    Clownfish fighting, normal or too much?

    My tank is 60L nano tank. So, not many spaces but they are only fish in my tank. I may need to get a bigger tank eventually.
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    Clownfish fighting, normal or too much?

    Thank you very much!!! So, is it better to leave them without seizing the aggressor in a net? Will they settle down soon so that I should not worry too much?
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