They are just local to me and I know a lot of local shops that carry them. The company is ran by marine biologists. They believe in 100% captive breeding so their fish are healthier and hardier because they are accustomed to tank life. They also guarantee their fish parasite and disease free when they ship them to the retailer.What is a sea and reef differences?
It wasn't a long move. After the move they were both in the tank and 1 just disappeared without a trace. They were the only tank inhabitants so it wasn't eaten, and the tank has a mesh top so jumping was unlikely. Not really sure what happened. When I decided to shut that tank down, the lone remaining one moved to another tank. He did fine for a year but then he died unexpectedly. I believe it was from bullying by tank mates. Now I have since restarted the tank with a pair of black ocellaris and they are doing fantastic. So it was really in multiple tank movesHow long did the move take? Sucks to lose fish that way.