sea squirt

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    Creben aspiring reefer

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    my sea squirt is looking different than before, he's facing the bottom now and doesn't ever move. is it easy to kill them? my parameters are spot on right now..?
     
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    Ogaawd

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    sea squirts are almost impossible to keep, totally beautiful but?
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    It depends on what kind it is. The hitch hiking kind are fairly easy. Can you post a pic?
     
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    Creben aspiring reefer

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    i cant get a picture of him where he is but here is an identical one online.
     

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    As long as he's keeping himself attached to the rock he should be good. When they are unhealthy they quit holding on to the rock and fall to the substrate. That's when you really have to watch them.
     
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    a live rock i bort had bout 6 of these on it they look awesome
     
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