We\'re working on getting Diamox from either our family doctor, or a vet, which has proven tricky, but we\'re still working on it. Thanks sooo much for the couching throughout. He seems to be swimming better, spare his tail which is still straight up in the air, so the pouch excavation worked well. =)
Another quick question. We were wondering what kind of clean up crew would be suitable. We aren\'t having too many problems with algae so we figured we could throw one or two snails in if that problem arises, but we are having problems with the sand. In our larger saltwater tank we have a sand sifting starfish and sand sifting goby, as well as a whole bunch of hermit crabs to keep the sand clean. In that tank, the goby does the best job, so we were wondering if it was safe to put one in our tank for a little while.
After researching it says they shouldn\'t prove too much of a problem, but wanted a second opinion of someone knowledgeable before we go ahead and do it. Another thought we had was to put our existing goby in the seahorse tank for a few days to let him gorge out on the dirty sand, and then return him to the larger tank (as our seahorse tank is small, and may not provide enough food for one on their own) Do you think there would be any aggression issues towards the seahorses??
Thanks in advance.