Melijayne wrote: ↑23 Dec 2018 14:21Algae In Space wrote: ↑23 Dec 2018 11:29Haha I guess so!
What a shame. Now you have to do the Opae Ula Questionnaire all over again sometime
Ok, I'm just back from the aquatic shop and got some Biodigest (thanks @odin for the heads up!) And he said that I should have a filter in there because the water will be stagnant.
Now, I do have a filter but I read the start-up FAQ post a, I've seen other people's set ups, and I heard that shrimp are amazing keeping their environment healthy without any filtration.
Should I be using my filter?
A filter is not needed. I would just throw in the bacteria and wait until everything settles down. It will take some weeks then slowly the algae will come. The Opae Ula are extremely hardy and don't need extra food! They will scrape away the little bacteria and algae the will find in the tank.
Nice snail! Just for the snail you could put in a little food now and then