Where to move them?
I am having numerous problems with my saltwater aquariums
I had a pink pulsing xenia with several 3 inch stalks with a dozen pulsing arms and even more small arms growing off the base of stalks it looked awesome
Now it is one 10th the size it is a dull gray and it has the texture of a raisin. It is still alive I think the arms retract and open and respond limply to light. I had thought snails, or hermit crabs were attacking it so I removed the offenders. After trying to research the problem on wet web media I looked up to see my blenny chomping near or at the xenia
Do they eat xenia?
Could the problem be something else
Second problem -- I may have and ich problem
Display tank 90 gallon, 3 poweheads, 520 watts pc
light, prism protein skimmer, bio wheel, 3 power heads, and two heaters this may have ick (se below) fox face lo, sail fin blenny, sail fin tang, one tiny clown fish small cleaners 10 snails and 10 crabs xenia with problems and 2 feather duster worms
Quarrying tank is housing a damsel that will kill everything has pop eye but otherwise healthy-- he is in a plastic reptile box with extra sponge filter. Also in the tank is a 6 line wrasse with a lymphocytes, cauliflower, he acquired during shipping , survived being sucked into a prism protein skimmer, and he also has ich, white spots, he resided in main tank before I saw the white spots and put him into qt
And there are 8 cleaner hermits
Standard nano 24 watts f light 12 gallon tank with 6 lbs of lr
, 6 cleaner crabs or snails hawkish the only one who could put up with the damsel
Should I move xenia to nano? Enough light?
How do I treat ich with crabs in qt tank do I move them?