Sephia bandensis in a Biocube 29

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  1. bluefunelement

    bluefunelement Larval Mass Registered

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    I have a BC 29 in the office now and after cycling, protein skimmer, live rock, some softy corals, I was hoping to add a S. bandensis. I am an experienced reefkeeper but new to Ceph's - does anyone know first hand if the Biocube will be a problem even after sealing up the rear chambers and lessening the output flow a bit?

    Also I am ok with 1 but 2 would provide more interaction - since I was hoping to start with newly hatched I won't be able to get a definate M-F pair so am I correct in either buying a slightly older pair or stick with one?

    Thanks!
    Christian
     
  2. Animal Mother

    Animal Mother Architeuthis Supporter

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    That small of a tank won't suffice long-term.
     
  3. Thales

    Thales Colossal Squid Staff Member Moderator

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    I think you'll prolly be ok with one animal, not two. There should also be no reason to seal up the rear chambers or lessening the flow at all. :D
     

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