Kessil

Eric's 40 gallon adventure.

max_nano

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putting then in an island can help. I don’t think they’ll walk on sand. When I had mine on an island the only time I had an escapee was when one hitched a ride on a snail.
 

RandyC

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putting then in an island can help. I don’t think they’ll walk on sand. When I had mine on an island the only time I had an escapee was when one hitched a ride on a snail.
Based on my experience
- If it’s under water, a BTA will walk on it.
- If there’s a hole, a BTA will fit through it; even if you think it’s too small.
- An overflow looks like a fun water slide ride to a BTA, don’t think it won’t enjoy a ride to your sump.
 

ashburn2k

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This shouldn’t be the first coral you frag unless you are comfortable cutting it down in the middle. Also bandsaw is recommended.


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Srt4eric

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So I just had my first death. Just found my lawnmower blenny behind the rocks. Kinda sad, I really liked that guy.
I have two clowns and two pajama cardinals in this tank. I was thinking of getting a goby / shrimp pair. What other fish would you guys recommend in this tank.
 
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