All of my sea nettles are alive except for one that died. I noticed that some of them weren't doing so well in the 20 gallon pseudo kreisel. Thinking ahead, I set up my 9 gallon cylindrical jellyfish tank. I put one sea nettle in as a test. It took forever to acclimate to the tank. For the longest period of time, it was just sitting on the bottom of the tank. It later got up and began to become active. I added two more reccently. One is mostly acclimated, and the other is still having some swimming issues. The three in the 9 gallon are actually doing quite nice compared to the ones in the 20 gallon. All of their tentacles and oral arms are nice and relaxed. The jellies in the 20 gallon seem to be shedding some arms, and their tentacles are often retracted. I think it may be an ammonia problem, so I will try some water changes to fix the issue.
Now that I have added three Sea Nettles to the 9 gallon, I can test their compatibility in the tank. Everything is looking great so far. As long as nothing happens, we will offer Sea Nettles and the cylindrical tank on ThinkJellyfish. Im quite excited, as the sea nettles look really beautiful in the futuristic looking cylindrical tank.
I havent noticed any Sea Nettle polyps yet, but I will continue to look. With three in the 9 gallon, I would expect to find some polyps growing on the live rock as well. Of course, there could easily be all of one gender in the tank, but I'm hoping for the best. There are 8 jellies in the 20 gallon. Thats realistically a 100 percent chance of a male and female. I hope to find some soon!
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