Ok, I think I have made a huge mistake. I bought my foxface and chromis from a new web site, petsolutions.com. I am used to Liveaquaria, with the very obvious difficulty level chart. This site had no such chart. I was ordering cleaners, and looking for a sand sifting star. This star was featured on the page, had no difficulty warnings, so I ordered it. This was the first thing I bought without reading and reading. Serves me right. So, now I have this super delicate star fish here. I am acclimating it super slowly, going on 2 hours now. Since I have already made the mistake, and the star is here, how can I best ensure his survival? I feel awful. Poor little guy. I know the primary danger is changes in salinity and PH, I am running 0 on nitrates, temperature is constant, digital PH monitor. I need to watch out for his blue snail parasites, and bits of him turning white, indicating an acclimation problem somewhere. Should I order him some clam bits? I keep frozen mysis, brine, zooplankton and dried nori.