Definitely seems to be a miss with the multibar angels, the last one didn’t seem interested in it either...but with my chalk bass it was the only thing that got them on to prepared foods...they wouldn’t eat at all up until that point.I found masstick to be a hit and mis.
My Mandarins took to it, but my tiny flame angel didn’t want to know anything.
In fact, only about 50% of my fish actually go for it.
Ya its to get it passed that initial mini stage, but once/if its fully grown I think it will be fine. Although everything I read on these little guys says you never see them once introduced into a tank...lol maybe its good I have him in the little breeder box for now...enjoy him while it lastsThat is an awesome goby. Think max size is 2.5cm, so hopefully soon it becomes more than matchstick size.
Haha ya thats where he came from...I think if I had to add him to my main display my peppermint hogfish would make short work of it before it even hit the substrate.I saw 3 of these little guys at Viking last weekend. They are truly adorable but my fish might mistake it for a piece of mysis.
It’s still alive...I think it may actually look a little fatter than when I got it so that’s a good thing. Still won’t take prepared foods, but eats the pods and baby brine shrimp I feed it. Very shy fish though...soon as I go near the tank it goes into hiding...I have to watch it through a crack in the doorHow is the multibar doing?
Flaming Prawn Goby Discordipinna Griessengeri, Andy at Viking Aquatics still has twoOut of curiosity, what is this species named? looks really nice
I know it must have been hard for you to part with the Argi Dane, after waiting so long to get one...don’t worry he’s in good hands and already settled and bossing the other fish around...must be a Bothasig Argi