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Wow, some snarky folks in here nowadays.
Decide what kind of fish you're interested in.
I'm not a big proponent of "beginner fish" that you want to get rid of later. Then you have to catch...
Are any of the other corals where they can reach the zoas and sting them?
Are they in the middle of the tank at the top directly under the light?...
Cerith snails (Florida ceriths are larger, dwarf ceriths are smaller).
Nerite snails (congregate at the top all day, work at night).
Turbo if you...
Don't know if it would last that long. You can't just put it back in the water?
Correct. Plus they're 2 different species of animal.
LA = LiveAquaria. They can survive a couple days in transit but are usually shipped overnight.
Ron Shimek, Bob Fenner, Anthony Calfo, to name a few.
What other corals do you have in the tank? Where did you place them in the tank (next to other corals, low/high)? What are your parameters?
+1 to that.
I find some of our crabs & snails have preferred places to rest.
A deep sand bed is 4 to 6 inches, not 2 to 3.
You don't need light during the cycle, but it won't much matter with diatoms. They'll go away on their own. Next will probably be cyanobacteria.
Fish only tank? No corals? No shrimp or crabs to watch their antics?
I was looking at the wrong thing LOL.
Do they have kind of a hard tube? If so I'd guess vermetid.
+1 to this.
You need to start by checking the export laws of your country. Then you'll need to check the import laws of all the countries you want to export to....
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