I put a post up in Hitchikerz, and it’s looking like they are a type of photosynthetic pest flatworm. Don’t eat corals, but can explode in population due to the photosynthesis.Holy crapola is all I got friend. Do not put them in the DT till ya figure it out though.
Looks awesome Neil!Actually stayed up late and hung the lights . Ordered shorter, colored cables, so that’s still in progress. Then I realized I have to pigtail my timer switches since I’m putting a weatherproof box on the outlet to protect it, so it’ll be a bit more involved than I thought. I think I have 8” of wire-mold somewhere I can pretty it up with
Bonus ‘faux weeping willow’ toadstool. As it went through QT, it’s base got greener, confirming that it is not a legit Weeping Willow. My lfs did mention they are getting 15 frags of the all cream version in 2 weeks, so i put my name down. I’m going to finish up this QT cycle- then clean the tank to blitz my flatworm issue, and go spend some money on 3-4 ‘showpiece’ corals. There was an 8” rainbow Trachy in there today that was a bit out of range but he is getting some 5-6” ones that are more in my spending comfort zone.
Your clone anemone is insane by the way. Crazy. Do you feed it or does it pick up scraps?Looks awesome Neil!
He is huge! The clownfish feed it and I usually drop the food on that side of the tank. It has about 25% more PAR in that spot too.Your clone anemone is insane by the way. Crazy. Do you feed it or does it pick up scraps?
My RBTA split After about 3 weeks IN the display, but neither have really grown since. Beautiful colors but short stumpy tentacles. No bubbles. I’m wondering how I coax them to get longer but I don’t want to annoy them to the point they move, lol