Ok, maybe I was just a little miffed by having my "Judgement" called into question.
We have 14 tanks and keep and breed several species of rare africans.
I also have some hybrids that I have been playing with.
Since I am sooo tied up in my FW
pets, I have yet to embark on a SW
I do however have an empty tank that I am saving specificly for my first reef aquarium.
I have done the research and am in contact with several people who are very experienced in the SW
side of the hobby.
But NO ONE has any concrete answers BC most of them have only seen them in books or on T.V.
I have friends who keep everything from Octo's to My buddy that breeds Seahorses.
The Harlequins are in a very small holding tank at the LFS
where my friend works.
As far as he knows they have NEVER been fed, and they have been in the store for about a month.
I was not upset with the advice I was given, I do appreciate that.
As far as the "Source" for thier food goes, lets just say that I know a few people
As far as feeding goes.......
My research indicates that a pair of Harlequins will eat on the star and feed it to keep it alive until they have devoured it, this process can take upto 2 months.
I did not mean to seem ungrateful, I guess I am just not used to not being taken seriously.