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Old 11-29-2011, 12:39 AM   #11
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Just dont put like a box jellyfish...or man of war, or something big in there. Or irocongi lol..
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Just dont put like a box jellyfish...or man of war, or something big in there. Or irocongi lol..
Yep. Moon jellyfish are best suited for desktops.
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Do they have to have a circular/rounded tank?
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Old 11-29-2011, 01:05 AM   #14
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Do they have to have a circular/rounded tank?
From what I've read, yes - anything with edges will damage the jellies. Even high end jellyquariums are round.
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Here are some typical kreisel tanks, designed to hold jellies
Midwater Systems Jelliquarium Moon Jellyfish Tank Kreisel Aquarium Ephyra Tanks Medusa Mangrove Jellies
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I wonder if a hex would work.
These things are cool.

On the site it says "just add water plug in and add jellies and enjoy!"
Pfft.
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Do they have to have a circular/rounded tank?
Yes or they will get trapped in a corner and liquify from stress.
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Old 11-29-2011, 01:22 AM   #18
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I have had 4 experiences, and they all hurt
Haha nice.

I went to the boston aquarium and ALL their jelly tanks were cylinders.(pretty sure its a must) This is a pretty cool idea, my daughter will now have to decide between seahorses and jellies, I have a feeling spongebob will play a role in this decision haha.
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What do you feed jellies? I think they eat brine shrimp. If they eat brine shrimp, then how much?

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I know I seen a few jelly tank with bubble curtains at the top to keep them from surface. Question is what are the parameters? Most species bloom in warm water, so water same wit most salt water maybe not necessary? Most jellies prefer acidic water, im sure they have some sort of buffer u could use
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