went back and read everything
seems like water temperature would be the only problem (i didnt see the filtration and bubbles thing the first time over)
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im sure that can be taken care of thru some creative measure
there are a number of jellyfish that would likely do very well if you find a tank design that works......a mass produced tank design that works will likely quickly lead to better tropical species being imported.....whole lot of jellies arent that demanding in care other than issues with them getting sucked into intakes....other than that given the easy access to a wide variety of food products that we have today with the right tank there are prolly alot of tropical species that could enter the trade real easy.....
i really like the design of their custom made desktop jelly tanks. they look like they would be an ideal desktop environment for jellies. apparently they will be available soon...
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they look like they would be better than the current desktop tank they are selling, which i think is just this...
Very cool - Jellies would be a neat critter to observe especially if they had babies in captivity.
I do wonder... $250 is a hell of a lot for a small cylindrical tank kit like that. I mean, Walmart has a kit with the same cylindrical tank, lights, UG filter, airpump and color swapping LED light for about $25... LOL
I saw an ultra-miniscule creature in my saltwater tank reminded me of a jellyfish
it was a head of one dot 'suspended' 1-3 mm above a ring of about 10 more dots
oriented single dot upward, and it was rapidly propelling itself upwards by shooting the head forward, catching up to it, and repeating.
im sure it wasnt a jelly but resembled one nonetheless
you may be able to spot it near the blue bulb of the light
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Huh, I think that might be a hydra. Careful though, I hear those guys are carnivorous.
I saw a fish eat-and-reject it. haha!
but it didn't have tentacled mouth and it wasn't anchored anywhere. there are a couple of things im assuming are hydras in there...
this umbrella creature is very unique