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Nice. Just wanted a close up because in the other pics they dint appear to look like they were doing to good. But up close they seem fine. Just dose the tank with essiantial elements and stuff like that. So they will have something to feed on. Or you can direct feed them with cyclopeze. Just keep an eye on them though out the cycling process. They are very touchy specimens. Just a tip if you notice some ding off as long as some part of it is there it will come back. Tell steve to send some this way. I cant get my to spread like every one else.
Found a piece of rock today in the tank growing legs.lol.. there were three legs shooting out from various points of the rock kind of a greyish white with brown lines across them and tiny bristles all over them. From seeing stars in my lfs I can only assume its a brittle star from the looks of it. I was not able to get a clear pic of it tho :( will keep trying.
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