I know porcelain crabs are generally OK in a reef tank. I'm just wondering if you can have too many? 'Cause I have a lot! I must have 15 to 20 that are easy to spot and I think they are reproducing. It seems like every other day I find a new tiny one (barely bigger than sesame seed!). Is it possible for them to reproduce one or two at a time? I would think I'd see a ton of eggs followed by a bunch of little ones.
Just curious as to whether too many could be a problem and if they really are reproducing.
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120g RR, 65g HOB
and 10g sump, 150g frag
tank, 100g sump. Highlights of live stock: Golden Moray eel, 2 purple tangs, 2 yellow tangs, 1 large copperband, 4 GSM's, dragon wrasse, barnacle blenny, 2 pajama cards, 3 green chromis and a dynamic assortment of soft & LPS