Good evening everyone i have had a 55 gallon reef aquarium running for about four and a half months. i have a reef breederss LED
photon 36, a reef octopus classic bh 1000, a 300 watt heater, and a wavemaker wp25...
my fish and inverts collection:
~i have two breeder clownfish,
~one neon cleaner goby,
~two sally lightfoot crabs,
~a few emerald crabs,
~a few astrea snails and two turbo snails
= i plan on getting a six-line wrasse, a flame angel, and a yellow tang to finish off my fish collection... i know the yellow tang is to big for my tank but he will be my last addition and i will get a small one....
=i recently learned that i have two small bristle worms next to my garden of zoas that i have to remove them... i heard i just pluck them out with tweezers but does anyone have any other tips on how to remove them... cuz its going to be crazy trying to catch them...
the types of coral:
~fuzzy mushroom (suprisingly my favorite one)
~three green mushrooms
~green star polyp... he was on the bottom and doing fairly good but i heard they do better higher up with more water movement so i raised it not it is in the middle of my tank but its been about a week and only half of them are open... should i lower it back down?
~about five different zoas
and two different frogspawns... however these two arent doing so well either... they are not dying but they are not fully extended either... should i target feed them?
any comments or advice would be appreciated
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