He could be stressed due to moving him. A could of retracted his foot due to the stress. I would leave him be a see how he is in a few days. BTW they can move themselves if they do not like a place. The less you handle them the betterDearPrudence said:Hmm, so he continued to hop into the sand no matter where I put him. Today he was on his side (as he sometimes does but will right himself) only difference was he wasn't as reactive to light and vibrations. Normally he reacts to eeeeverything. His "foot" was definitely on earlier today (on the bottom where he would attach to something), but when I went in to try a new spot there was a complete hole in him. I could see riiiight up in him. He's still alive, just not showing as much activity. Any idea what happened there? Is he dying? =( All parameters are stable and fine.
You did..How big was he?DearPrudence said:Ammonia 0
Red Sea Coral Pro salt / Brightwell LiquidReef supplement
Ecoxotic Panorama Pro blue/white LED strip and an actinic Stunner LED strip.
Feeding ReefForge PurePhyto 2-3 times a week.
No predators in tank.
Good flow in the tank but not so much that he was being blown around.
Never moved him unless he fell completely over which wasn't often, once even letting him right himself again on his own. Once he hopped in the sand the 2nd time I left him.
Sigh. I feel that I treated him perfectly =(