Vorteil wrote:It happens. You never know why. Just don't overthink what the cause may be and jump to conclusions on what to do. You never know the age. Overall I myself have only seen a handful of deaths.Yup, exactly.
opae ula related wrote:Vorteil wrote:@opae ula relatedThat video was late last yr. The algae on the rock is now gone since I poured boiling water in it to get rid of BBA. That maiden’s hair was the original ones in the video but I threw those out because BBA got mixed into it. Maybe The tank doesn’t have enough hiding spots but never noticed berried ones hide.
Wow I see a few berried females roaming around. Nice algae growth you have going. I rarely see mine. When I used to feed spirulina all the opae would come out and I could see the berried ones. Since I don't feed anymore I don't see them since they seem to be in the lava rocks.
The video of lazy post larvae shows the algae on the rock all gone :(
If you notice the rock has white areas due to hydrogen peroxide cleaning of the rock.
Vorteil wrote:Any updates on you Opae Ula or ML?Came back from Yosemite so getting back to the groove... Nothing much, waiting for ML to get berried again. Did notice a mussel moved in one tank, wish I can record that.