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Old 09-30-2011, 07:43 PM   #351
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man i know. you could see it in how you wrote on here. dont let that beat you up. once your wife gets home you can both sit back with your new little baby and enjoy the tank youve made for them.
If she doesn't beat me for spending so much money on it... Lol
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Old 09-30-2011, 07:55 PM   #352
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lol, its easier to recieve forgiveness than get permission.
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Old 09-30-2011, 07:56 PM   #353
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lol, its easier to recieve forgiveness than get permission.
Amen to that!!! Lol
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do Longspine Urchins eat starfish?
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do Longspine Urchins eat starfish?
Good question...awaiting an answer
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i got the call from my lfs last night that they got a couple of sea stars in that i might like over the african red knob. he txt a picture of them side by side. sweety pie liked one over the other and was able to get there just before close. i dont know what kind it is. but i acclimated it and made sure it wasnt exposed to air. i quickly found its way over to the glass and stayed there. lights out and the urchin started making its rounds. then the two met. i looked like the urchin was right on top of the star and stayed there so i got a stick and kind of persuaded the urchin to get off him. i couldnt see any nibble marks but i didnt know what to look for either. i get up at the crack of noon and he looks dead. i picked him up and all the little suction cups are gone or sucked in. he is stiff. i put him on the sand proper side up and he has moved 4" and that took about an hour. so is he sleeping? on his last leg? nothing looks like he is melting. water parameters are great. wtf? any input?
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what is this day 2? im worried about my star. takes all day to do anything and its little feet are not out.
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hasnt moved from this spot all day and took most of last night to get there.
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Have you fed it? Idk if it eats algae or not, but if it does, it looks like you would have to manually give it some seaweed.
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its just like a chocolate chip. so meaty foods. i bought some silversides to start out with. and told only to feed 2x a week. i wouldnt think he is starving to death right our of the box. ill go thaw one and put him on top of it and see what happens.
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