opae ula related wrote:I was able to isolate the berried Alpha in a jar. I also was experimenting to see if the Alpha would eat a opae ula larva (see 1.03 mark) and after 24 hours the larva is still there. So this particular Alpha was not interested but I noticed it was staring at it for the longest time.
Ultimate goal is to video an Alpha larva.
I see the mom berried again. So just a data point that it was around 2 months from the last time she was berried.
Why wouldn't the Opae Ula share his food? Because he was a little shellfish