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  1. I just transferred by Banggai Cardinal fish from quarantine to display tank, and it is staying in the top corner. Is this just stress from the initial move? Or should I be worried?
  2. Found it on my Palythoas, managed to siphon this one off but I'm sure there are more. How destructive can it be? And, is there a way to get rid of them?
  3. Thanks, that's good to know.
  4. My display tank is a 32 Biocube, I know that's on the small side for a lot of wrasses, and was curious which one of any could work in it.
  5. Do you think that a six line wrasse would bother/eat peppermint shrimp?
  6. I've recently lost my first fish, a Royal Gramma, and have kind of gone back to the drawing board with my tank stocking plan. I am currently quarantining a Banggai Cardinal fish and bi-color Blenny, and was also considering getting a wrasse eventually. What varieties are considered the most reef safe? And less likely to bother crabs, shrimp and other invertebrates?
  7. Thanks for the responses, I just wanted to know for sure.
  8. I just added a Bicolor Blenny to my quarantine tank, and it seems to be developing these pale white bars on its body. Is this just a sign of stress which will eventually pass, or should I be concerned?
  9. Thanks for the advice, I'm probably going to do another water change out of my regular schedule just to be safe.
  10. It's possible, but I am pretty concerned about the loss of spines.
  11. Iv'e had a pink pincushion urchin for around three weeks, and a day or two ago I noticed a few spines laying on the sand bed, and it didn't seem to be moving much. I thought it might be a nutritional issue as the urchin has consumed all the GHA in the tank, so I spot fed it a couple of nori sheets, which it seemed to eat. It's still clearly alive, but for the past two days has only been moving around on the same cluster of rocks, while before it crawled all over the rock work, substrate and glass. I tested my water just to be safe, and everything seemed fine, ammonia and nitrites and 0, nitrates between 0-2, and Ph 8.3. Here are a few pictures of it Does anyone know what might be going on?
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