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Old 01-05-2014, 11:35 AM   #31
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No it was alive and my star fish just got the chance to get it from its hiding place and just started to kind of eat it my star fish killed it my t8 lights worked fine with it it loved the lights but I also have a 55g on top of it and it has a 50/50 bulb in it that shined into the tank so not sure what it liked
CC stars dont eat nems... Must have been your lights or params.
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Old 01-05-2014, 11:56 AM   #32
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That's weird hmmm i don't know then but it was alive when I woke up so I'm not sure I'm currently bidding on a led hanging light on eBay
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If this was a new tank with a new, the new died due to the tank not being ready for it. I've always heard 8 months is a good waiting period. Gotta have proper lighting too.

Also... I agree on not doing the snowflake. If you have ever seen one close to 18" you would understand.
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Ok so no snow eel what are those small eels at the LFS they look like morays are they just juveniles or are they a different kind of eel because I heard that there are a species of moray eel that gets a max of like 10in I think it said
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If this was a new tank with a new, the new died due to the tank not being ready for it. I've always heard 8 months is a good waiting period. Gotta have proper lighting too.

Also... I agree on not doing the snowflake. If you have ever seen one close to 18" you would understand.
Ive seen one 23", i found it on reef central. The person breeds many types of morays and has a number of tanks, this is what i remember they were breeding them in: 3x 125s, x2 55s, x1 75, x1 180. They kept their snowflakes in a 55g. And other morays in the other tanks.
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Wow that's crazy
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Wow that's crazy
Yep, looks like someones got lots of time and money!
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Yeah I'd say haha
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