I have a bunch of these little buggers in our tank and im getting tired of them moving over our corals and killing them so heres the deal. All of these except one is for sale… I think I counted 7 last night but I can only see 6 now. I would prefer to sell them to as many people as are intersted and not all to one person. These will be a come and get them thing for 20$ each, and you are responsible for removing them…
Let me know if you want one and I’ll let ya know when I’m avalible to pick them up.
Icy do you think you could hold on for me until next month? I can’t really add anything new right now as my qt is full and besides the salinity is creeping up on my tanks anyways due to my messed up RO unit. I’ll give you $25 then or perhaps a trade as I should have some corals up for trade at that point.
Yeah, I can definably hold one till next month. Some of them aren’t misbehaving that badly so ill leave one of those in for you… its just the ones who like to sit in my duncans or frogspawn that really have to go ASAP.
Ryan, your welcome to come over and get it whenever… I just checked my phone message, sorry about that I dont use my cell all that often so sometimes it takes me a while. Ill definatley trade frags with you… what kinda stuff are you looking for? Keleigh’s frogspawn isnt ready to frag… we lost a head to one of the anemones that decided to sit right next to it for a while, but everything else is doin ok.
To make a long story short, someone i know doesn’t know how to put water in a fish tank. I come home to the coral rack out of the water, and al the corals bleaching or dried up. Anyway problem fixed for now. None of the polyps on the Digitata or the Caps are extending, they all have a little white showing in some places, but as a whole look ok. The salinity probably spiked around 1.03 + is my guess… Is there anything i can do, or do i just have to ride it out?
Depending on how long the corals were out of the water, all you can do is to keep checking on them to see if they are doing better. Most likely they are stressed out and except for the spots that are dead, you will see them recover and hope for the best. Oh, and make sure not to let the water level go too low again. I have had this happen to me b4 as has many others who have been in this hobby for some time.
Do you use a ATO?