Hey again all. I just wanted to clear some things up.
Being new to this great hobby I have found out that that in alot of cases that there are different opinions. Probably 80% of the people I talk to give me different advice than the next guy. I would never want to have something in the tank that would not be able to make it. I would never be cruel like that. On the other hand I wouldnt want to get rid of anything that did'nt have to go.
Kevin: I am very sorry if I offended you with my last post. I have read alot on this forum, and alot that you have said , and take it very seriously. To be honest this site scared the living daylight out of me. My first thought was: What have I got myself into with this saltwater hobby. Needless to say I love it. This is an invaluable forum, and is my life line for help. I honestly believe Kevin that you know what you talking about. I should have written the question differently. Like I explained earlier. Am very sorry if I came across like a Butt!!
I am really an easy going person, and not
most of the time.
Now as for the HS crab: I have told my wife that it will have to go soon. I am a native of Fla. and visit every year. Every year the beach is full of dead HS crabs. I just didnt know how they did in relation to a tank.
As for my tank: It is about 4 weeks old. It is 75g, 105pds of live rock, and at least a 4 inch cc
and sand bottom. I think that I am at the ens of the cycling process. The Ammonia, Nitrite, Nitrate are all at 0. The salt level is good, and the PH
Is it possible that the tank is at the end of the cycling process? Some rust algae has got preety bad the last couple of days. But I cleaned and did a 15% water change.
Again all, Thanks alot for your advice!! I am sorry if I offended anyone.