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Moving N. multifaciatus
I moved the three shellies from their ten to the fifty that will be a Tanganyika community tank. Netted one guy, moved two in their shells.
One shell traveler is still hiding. He is moving around, sometimes I see his caudal fin. One shell traveler is picking out a new one, diving into the nearest when I look.
The netted guy is still hiding in the rocks that will belong to the calvus.
I hope they will be out arranging sand in the morning.
55 gallons, pool filter sand, coral sand, driftwood, stones and shells. pH=7.8
Wish me luck!
Leave the lights off in the tank for a day to allow them to get used to their new home.
Hope everything goes well.
Good idea. I saw the first shell guy for about a quarter of a second when I turned the lights on. I'll turn them back off.
The lights are back on and they scouting around to see where they will dig up sand to mark their territories.
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