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Ich success and Mithrax Crabs
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Jimbob
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PostPosted: 2006.12.21(Thu)3:24    Post subject: Ich success and Mithrax Crabs Reply with quote

Many thanks to Florida Boy and Dale for their in-depth responses to my questions around ich. I am glad to report that my neon goby has been back in the main tank for a calendar month tank after stint in a QT tank. No sign of a return of the ich and he is looking happy and healthy!

Presently I have, in a 20 gallon tank, one:

Mithrax crab
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FloridaBoy
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PostPosted: 2006.12.21(Thu)8:14    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ahhh, I love it when a plan comes together. Sounds like you're on the road to success. As for the Mithrax Crab (I assume M. sculptus); it needs algae to remain healthy, target feed with a sharpened dowel if required. Starvation/nutrition is a huge issue with many inverts. Here's another opinion;
http://www.reefcorner.com/SpecimenSheets/emerald_crab.htm
http://www.wetwebmedia.com/mithraxfaqs.htm
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