Best advice I can give you is to have a small QT tank and monitor the corals for 30 days.Any advise on aiptasia?
Thank you for your kind words, I love this tang too muchWhat temp do you run your tank at?
I have tried keeping the teardrop clams before but they have always died a few months later. I suspect that it has something to do with the tank temp.
That tennenti is stunning btw. The more I look at it, the more I am considering starting another tank for one
Awesome tank bud. Nice meeting you yesterday at the lfs. Would love to awing past and check your tank out.I bought 3 peppermint shrimp and have been holding them captive with my clam. 7 large aiptasias, 2 have been bothered so much they have walked off the clam and 3 have been devoured.
The right side of the clam had 4 big nennies on, there are none left
Life is good!
Thanks for this, mine run between 26 to 27 dc so could be the reason why those don't last.Thank you for your kind words, I love this tang too much
I have my temp hooked up to an STC1000 and the temp ranges from 24.7 to 25.3 celcius.
Noooooooo...these are goliath aiptasia's, also one of the 3 peppermints have escaped into my DT whooooops. It might take a while but it is happeningThanks for this, mine run between 26 to 27 dc so could be the reason why those don't last.
Glad to see the shrimp earning their keep, have the killed all of the aiptasia now?