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- Jul 16, 2016
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- Fremont, CA
I got close to catching them in the act but they are rather shy and prudish and stopped when they noticed me. I will have to set up a remote camera to catch them.Have you ever filmed the mating? Yesterday my female had the fins a bit torn. If they mate I won't be able to access the eggs because the male's cave is very difficult to get access.
Do the fry swim to the surface and are they attracted to light like clownfish fry?
Unlikely. In a refugium you have too many things that will eat or cripple the larvae. You need to get the larvae through metamorphosis in a separate tank where they are the apex predators. Only after they settle they might be able to survive in a refugium.I am curious if 1 or 2 larvae can grow by themselves in a slow flow refugium. Don't they feed on copepod nauplii?
At the moment I don't feed krill. I need to find a better type of larger shrimp to feed them.Are you still not feeding them any krill? If not, what are you using now?
Also, is your pair of starry blennys getting along?