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I got a new-GIANT (old!) briareus from Tom on Tuesday. To get it out of the acclimation bucket, I had to use a giant coffee mug and transfer went with no problems. But now it won't come out of the mug to look around and see that there are way better places to live, much more suitable chunks of...
Temp: 74.7 F / 71F
SG: 1.025 /1.026
PH: 8.3 - 8.4/< 6
Nitrite: 0 /.5
Begin time: 3:00 PM
Entered tank: 6:00 PM
I e-mailed Tom about the availability of a small briareus a couple of weeks ago and...
ok so i got up every couple hours last night trying to catch the start of the hatch in action... never did... so all day ive been waiting. still hasnt occurred. the eggs look ready to explode and the babies are wriggling their arms around frantically.
but anyway heres some more pics to...
I should of started this awhile ago,but better late than never.
They are both doing great.They come out every morning and every evening,and cruise a little in the afternoon.
They are both eating a wide variety food(shrimp,scallops,crabs,squid,and mussels).
Olorin is very interactive while...
well ive got one comin in from FL in the morning. just spent a few hours reapplying the octoproofing to the tank. since ive moved back to the coast its now filled with lots of crabs, shrimp and blennies... just hope they all get along... theres also about 100 peppermint shrimp in there that...