dwhatley;113491 said:We are sure Glove is Aculatus right? So many of the pictures remind me of Octane (Hummelincki) and I was very carefully observing the mantle patterning tonight and Glove's markings look the same.
I wonder if that blue/green is created by the halides? I have a very dull starfish that looks deep blue under actinics and if you ever see a mandarin with the lights off, they are really sort of brown so I am thinking that some shades of brown reflect a blue color under certain wavelength.
L8 2 RISE;114570 said:On your first set of pics, with a blue ribbon eel, on the third one down, I see the tail of a mandarin dragonet, is this correct? If so, how big of a tank do you have, how long have you had it, what does it eat, is it hard to defeat, and do you think I could keep one in a 12 gallon tank? I know this is off topic, and a lot of questions, but Im really interested in keeping one and cant find a straight answer online.
I really like your octo pictures as well, Im jealous of all you guys that can take such good pics, I can never take such good pics.
dwhatley;114616 said:Now, THOSE are PICTURES! New camera or just a cooperating Glove? The color on the sucker rings and the brown that almost looks blue in some light is very much like one of Octane's coloration (Hummelincki) but the Glove's leggy look distinguished the two.
I am just amazed that everything in your tank is alive, its unreal to me that you have an octo, seahorses, pipefish and other fish living together.
BRAVO! I am very impressed, the minute I saw the pic of your full tank I thought everything would be dead within a few days; I applaud you for your continued sucess.