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Old 02-12-2004, 04:52 PM   #11
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Well, I got home from work last night and saw the bubble open and in its full glory! Its doing great! It looks like its bigger than iut was in the LFS! Thanks for all your help. Now the only problem is the fack that it shouldn't be on the sand bed. Im going to have to figure out a way to move it I guess. Its opened up so big that 2 of its bubbles are almost touching the sand. If it does get an infection, is it easy to heal? I would like to keep it where it is for a little while untill I figure out where i can place it. Will the bubbles get irritated if they are touching a piece of LR?
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Old 02-12-2004, 05:11 PM   #12
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Its opened up so big that 2 of its bubbles are almost touching the sand. If it does get an infection, is it easy to heal?
I have had mine on the sand Bed for going on 2 months now.. From what liveaquaria.com states Care Level: Easy
Light: Moderate
Water Flow: Low to Medium
Placement: Bottom

However I do agree that they can in fact get an infection from the sand. I am in the process of trying to figure out myself where i am going to put him..
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Will the bubbles get irritated if they are touching a piece of LR?
I asked someone this question in the past and my answer was no.. I was afraid the Bubble would inflate and pop on a piece of LR.. The less flow that they are in the fuller they are able to inflate.. If he is inflated Full then he really likes the spot he is in..

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It is a possibility, but IMO a remote one. The only place mine seems to like is the sand bed. It has been there for well over a year and it has never had a problem. And that was while I had a sand sifter in the tank! It shouldnt have a problem w/ the rocks either.
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Yea...he seems to love it there....I noticed that one or 2 of his bubbles seem to have been cut. Can they repair themselves or is this a bad injury? I had my hand in the tank earlier, with a glove on, moving some things around, I made sure to be extra careful around him, but im not sure if I caused them.
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