Picked this up from my LFS. It was labeled as a torch but I figured it was a goofy looking frog spawn. Did a little more looking into and put it on another site and they called it a octospawn(type of frogspawn). Pretty cool either way.
So the eel jumped out the tank again and I didn't find it in time so I'm going a different direction with the 40 pillar. I was thinking of seahorses but its the babies tank and she doesn't want them because I would have to take out the stiped damsel. I was thinking of possibly doing a mostly invert tank but I'm worried the monster ChocChip star will eat them. Was at the LFS and seen a purple tip condy anemone for about $6 but I didn't want the star to just chow down. Anybody know if the star would leave it alone or just eat it?
Picked up a purple tip condy nem for the non coral tank. Looks pretty cool. The only wierd thing was the damsel didn't seem to thrilled because it kept smacking it with its tail, but then again it also attacks the magnetic glass cleaner any time it moves.
How far from the top does a monti need to be? I have a monti on a frag rack but want to place it in a permanant spot in my tank. The highest point is about 10" from the top. My other thought was to somehow attach it to the back glass(no idea how) and let it grow out that way.
On the plus side I started using reef roids(just mixing it up and putting it in the water column). It looks like all the corals are loving it. The half dead red chalace is puffy and tissue is growning back, half dead bubble is also inflating much more as well. So far this stuff has impressed me.