Leather corals are easy to keep, as other posters have said. Open brains, and any other "fleshy" LPS corals are not very difficult to keep, but DO limit your choice of other tank inhabitants - many otherwise well behaved fish will develop a liking for them,i want to get a pin cushion and a open brain I have looked them up i just want your opinion on there care.
I had a large variety - it was 1.6 years ago so I cannot remember, sorry. But if you ask me - I have never seen any specific species of hermit behave differently than any other species, except of course the anemone hermits which gets huge.any specific type of hermits that ate it Likefsh?ive got now over 100 hermits in my tank and they never go near my open brain corals
Hmmm what is a lobo? It was definitely not dying or sick, but it is possible that something else during the night - like a peppermint shrimp - could have damaged it a bit which lured the hermits and cleaner shrimps.Could the lobo have been dying/sick? or are the hermits that you have carniverous?
I rad redleg and minature blue leg with 2 large lobos and never had a nibble
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