question for all the RBTA experts...

Discussion in 'Invertebrates' started by Steveg229, Jul 1, 2014.

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    My bicolor RBTA has recently split again, so I now have 3!! Both of them have moved to the back glass in the top corner right near a powerhead. I had to ask my wife for a pair of nylons to cut up to put over the powerhead, lol. How long should I wait before I can bring 1 of them to my LFS for some store credit?
     
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    salt_for_brains Alabama Reefer VIP Member

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    Give it about 7-10 days and it should be healed up from the split. Then go get your credit;)
     
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    I would try to put them in a container that is drilled asap. If they are on the move, easier to get them without them getting hurt. It will suck to get them once they find a home.
     
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    Yea, mine developed an affinity for the wavemaker. Luckily it did very little damage and it's on the mend. Move it now while you can and have something you can trade with.
     
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    Ok. I am going to make the trade this weekend then. Hopefully they both stay put where they are at.
     
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