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Theme: Mushroom and Flower Oasis A mix of Ricordea florida and yuma with a few rock flower anemones. Equipment: Total $255 Tank: Lifegard 4.14 Cube $61 - Actual Volume: 2.5 gal Lid: Cut Acrylic Sheet $10 ATO: Manually Light: Hipargero Aqua Knight 30w $64 - White 10% (9/10) - Blue 10% (9/10) Timer: Teckin Smart Plug $12 Heater: Cobalt Neotherm 35w $60 Thermometer: $5 Water: RODI Salt: Red Sea Blue Bucket Rock: 2.5 lbs Live Rock (GB) $15 Sand: 2 lbs Caribsea Special Grade $28 Filtration: TBD Livestock: Total $155 Fish - Invertebrates - Red/Orange Rock Flower Anemone (BL 2/23/20) $25 Coral - Orange Ricordea yuma (BL 2/23/20) $20 - Green & Purple Ricordea yuma (CC 3/11/20) $50 - Teal Ricordea florida (CC 3/11/20) $30 - Purple Ricordea florida (CC 3/11/20) $30 2/29/2020 3/1/2029 4/4/2020 5/5/2020
This past Friday (26th) I bought two ricordea florida frags. One has opened and is happy as can be, the other is still closed up. Should I be worried, or should I give it some more time? My tanks parameters: Salinity: 1.026 S.G PH: 8.2 Ammonia: 0.00 PPM Nitrite: 0.00 PPM Nitrate: 10 PPM
Several months ago I bought three ricordea florida polyps from Pacific East Aquaculture that shared a single frag plug. The plug was rather crowded when I go it, but now the mushrooms are much larger, and one of them has split in two, and they are squished up against each other. I'd thought, originally, that they would move themselves off the plug before things got so crowded, but they haven't moved at all. I don't know whether they are glued down to it or not, which may prevent them from moving away from each other, either. Anyways, what do I do? I'd really like to move them off the frag plug and spread them out a bit, but I'm not sure how to go about that, especially if they are glued down. Or is it best to just leave them to their own devices, no matter how squished up against each other they are?