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Old 04-16-2013, 04:19 PM   #1
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Dying Ricordia?

I bought a ric from the local reef store a few weeks ago. He came on a little peg like rock piece. I thought he was on there on his on, but then found out it was super glued!
He's been doing great this whole time, but a few days ago, I'm not sure if he tried it himself or my hermit crab pushed him off from we're he was, which isn't even an inch off the sand, but he got half way tore off of the rock.
Are ric normally pretty hardy creatures? Other that being torn from that, he's still slightly attached and looks to be fine, is there anything I can/should do? Or is this nothing to even be concerned about? Thanks!


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This was a few days ago when I switched some things in my tank around. I took it out to move the rock and noticed that.
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:35 PM   #2
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Your Ric looks fine dont worry they are pretty hardy. I have one ric that dont attach to anything but he still happy
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