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Stuck

Postby Hull stingray » 22 Feb 2015, 16:35

Came home today and one of my moons was stuck in my pulse 80 grill I got it out and it swam away, it has too small holes in the bell ,will they heal ? It's still eating and swimming normal and no other side affect as far as I can see . :help:
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Re: Stuck

Postby Cubic » 23 Feb 2015, 07:29

Jellyfish heal very quickly so it shouldn't be an issue but they only really stick when they are weak. This is generally down to either not enough food, the wrong type of food or low oxygen in the tank. Keep an eye on the jellyfish and hopefully it doesn't happen again.
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Re: Stuck

Postby Hull stingray » 23 Feb 2015, 09:15

Thanks for the reply, I am feeding once sometimes twice a day depends if it's my day off as I don't won't to leave food in there all day until I'm home to clean out , I have an air stone in the back compartment and I feed your food only , I have had them for 9 days only got 3 at the moment as Didnt want to rush in with to many at once ,the other 2 seem fine I will check the flow today and make sure it's at its lowest setting
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Re: Stuck

Postby Cubic » 24 Feb 2015, 10:41

Sounds like everything you are doing if fine. What temperature is the tank at?
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Re: Stuck

Postby Cubic » 24 Feb 2015, 10:41

Sounds like everything you are doing if fine. What temperature is the tank at?
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Re: Stuck

Postby Cubic » 24 Feb 2015, 10:41

Sounds like everything you are doing if fine. What temperature is the tank at?
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Re: Stuck

Postby Hull stingray » 24 Feb 2015, 18:39

21/22 degrees ,I have a heater in the back set on the lowest temp which is 20 degrees and have a chiller but not set it up yet
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Re: Stuck

Postby Cubic » 25 Feb 2015, 09:25

That's about right for moons. They have no problem with cold temperatures but they prefer not to get too warm depending on where they came from. Its generally best to keep the temperature under around 23°C
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