I removed the "meat" from the floor. I would say dead dead, unfortunately.Are you sure that the crabs not only have moult? The empty shell can looks like a dead animal but after a couple of days it shows up again.
Yes I only have 4 snails, I plan to get more. I clean the glass daily except the back glass where it is difficult to have a mag scrapper reach.Algae on your glass - you have to live with that.
Yes, it peeks at that temp now since I have the UV light on. This will be corrected once the fan arrives from Amazon.80.5 F is high but not normally panic high. Follow up the white spots - look in fins and around the fins.
TTM is a good method - but when I have use it - I do the change every day, not feed and in darkness. But be sure first - there is other white spots that can show up. Look especially along the finnswith tons of access to information (the internet) I think this poor guy has marine ich
I will be sure to consult with you before I attempt it. Thank you @LasseTTM is a good method - but when I have use it - I do the change every day, not feed and in darkness. But be sure first - there is other white spots that can show up. Look especially along the finns
We will see
1 Tbsp food (preferably pellets or frozen food)
1 scoop (~ 1/8 teaspoon) of medication (General Cure)
1-2 scoops Seachem Focus (makes it reef safe + binds the medication)
A pinch of Epsom salt to help expel dead worms/parasites
A few drops of saltwater or fish vitamins
Stir until a medicated food slurry has been achieved.
Feed after soaking for 30 mins.
Refrigerate or freeze any leftovers for future use.
You can feed this mix 1-2 times per day. Not recommend to exceed 2 feedings per day with medicated food.
Feed daily for 2-3 weeks, or until poop returns to a solid brown or green color (no white).