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Bubbles has survived the trip and is doing well in the sump. All the animals are doing great. I have my vulgaris in a five gallon critter keeper inside the main tank. He came out while I was feeding all of the other animals and began crawling all over the keeper. He took the piece of shrimp I gave him quickly and then played tug-o-war with the stick for almost five minutes. Over all I'd say he is healthy.
Bubbles has taken quite well to her new environment. She comes out frequently and just does a few laps around her tank, and then settles back underneath a large flat rock to the left of the tank. I'm not sure if she's begun to lay eggs, but she has begun to eat less though still accepting food.