Discussion in 'CoralFish12g' started by noahg2216, Apr 11, 2019.
I have seen it doing this a couple times anyone kno wut it's doing?
They do that when they are spawning, not sure if its indicative of anything else.
Ok thank u!
How is the starfish doing today?
Ok thx! I hope it is,would b cool.
Hes doing good he was on the glass when I woke up and is now standing again
Can we get a picture of the tank? That looks like gravel, not sand. They need relatively fine sand to live in.
I got this bag from big Al's its sand from a beach sumwhere it's got good bacteria in it
That's a pic from a week ago
ok. a sand sifting star needs a much deeper sand bed, and also much finer sand. I recommend 2 pounds per gallon of this stuff https://www.googleadservices.com/pa...wjsit6M8MvhAhVPXKwKHVGWBRMQ0Qx6BAgLEAE&adurl=
I'm guna follow what big Al's says for sand thanks tho
So, what does Big Al’s say about the sand bed and sand sifting starfish?
Just curious, how old is this tank?
Great for marine and freshwater tanks
what?! i didn't know sands were interchangeable for saltwater and freshwater?
That sand is fine it's got bigger peices on top but filled wit good bacteria
2 pounds per gallon? They need it that deep? I gotta 3 gallon tank so I need 60 pounds? Wont that fill like half the tank
You have a 3 gallon tank with 2 damsels and a lyre tail anthia plus a sand sifting starfish without the proper sized sand or maturation. I would stop listening to big al's and read up on some very good information members are trying to provide. #reefsquad I would rehome the starfish and the anthia asap.
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