Upside-down Sea Star

Discussion in 'Seastars' started by Sylv.17, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. Sylv.17

    Sylv.17 New Member Member

    Hello,
    I have an apple star that is almost always upside-down. For the first couple of months, he was super active and was always on a rock or on the sides of the aquarium; now, he's always upside-down right next to the glass. Once or twice a week he will climb the glass, stay there for about 30 minutes, and then I will find him either curled up in a ball or lying flat on his back...Is this normal? I have turned him right-side-up a few times, but he always goes straight to a wall to flip himself back over.
     
  2. Iverg1

    Iverg1 Well Known Member Member

    Checked looks like you have to check your water it might be too acidic
     
  3. OP
    OP
    Sylv.17

    Sylv.17 New Member Member

    My ph is at 8.1
     
  4. Iverg1

    Iverg1 Well Known Member Member

    Is that normal?
     




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