now!! lol jk
Kole Tang is great at cleaning algae. At first i was scared he would be hard to keep. But Larry has been in the tank for a while and he smashes frozen foods now and is really sociable with the clown and others in the tank. I do supplement his diet with seaweed (just from asian grocer for sushi $1-$2/pack)Nice tank mate, great to see a RSM with coral in it - if I squint real hard when I look at my tank I can almost picture it with coral lol .
How do you find your choice of fish? I just grabbed a couple myself and two of the suggestions were a couple chromis/anthias or a kole tang. Do you have any issues?
Some great ideas there.With crabs most will recommend to get it out just in case using a bottle trap or even a plastic cup thats tilted on a slope so it can get in but not out can work but will take patience. Usually if it is hairy or has 1 claw bigger than the other people get rid of them too. As bait you can use a piece of prawn or similar. With your fish and other incerts the coke bottle method might be the best way but you will maybe catch your shrimp as well a few times :)
I remember there being a 5c sized blue crab on the rock when it went in. but 3 months later (and potentially the reason for no longer having any coral gobies nor 1 of my Mandarins...) his body is approx. 60mm across. Amazing color's though...I don't recognise that crab at all, certainly doesn't look like your 'standard bad quick get it out of there crab'.