Glad he recovered. The exact same thing happened to me several years ago! At first I blamed the Boxing Shrimp but then randomly walked in on my candyhog ripping apart a fire shrimp. They are normally sold as reef fish but should definately be treated as non-invert! Onward and upward!
I have kept a nice little (55gallons) reef tank for the last 7 years, however it is situated at my parents house. Because the tank is fairly old, I am in the process of buying a state of the art replacement at my new flat and moving everything across. Now - to my question: I was under the impression that it would take months to slowly move the corals and fish across, however my LFS assures me that, if done right, it can be done in a day. What are your opinions on this? Is it too risky or is it fairly commonly done? Any feedback welcome.........
Seeing as my trust in my LFS has been severely tested of late - I was wondering if you guys could help me?
I have a Fluval tank (28 gallons)with an external Fluval canister. I would like to set up a nano reef system but am unsure as to what it will require. I have kept marines for around 7 years, but these have been much larger systems. I know that alot of you guys are running Nano's - what is your opinion on my approach? I know for a start that the lighting won't be sufficient for corals.