Torch not really eating.
So, I've got this really cool torch. When inflated, it's larger than a softball. It has 11 seperate "heads." Anyways, it seems very disinterested in any food it seems to catch. The fish food pellets...pulls them right in, then releases them in a mucousy mass. Same with the pieces of silversides it caught. It did seem to at least take in the zooplankton, and I didn't see it spitting those out, but it has now deflated for the night. (first time I've ever seen it do this) It appears to be faring well overall. It's gaining more flouresence as the days go by, brighter and brighter green under the actinics. I just want to make sure he's going to be ok, and what you all normally feed them? A pic of it is in my gallery, and he's a bit funny shaped, so you can't see the true size. It's honestly huge. =]
125 gallon saltwater: 55gal sump, 4 Blue-Green Chromis, Purple Tang, True Perc, Firefish, Royal Gramma, 5 Ricordea, Bubble Coral, 15 Pulsing Xenia, Green Star Polyps, Deresa clam, Green-Tip Torch Coral (about 11 "heads"!), Orange Montipora Cap, Purple M. Digitata, Green Slimer Acro. Yongei, 3 Orange M. Digitata, Pink&Green Acro. Millepora