These limpets, at least the earlier groups, seem rather sensitive or easily stressed, far more than any of the other snail species or even the OEBT. As far as I can tell, they're staying locked up tight, just as if they were in air, so I'm wondering if I've really accomplished anything or if there's something else I can do. I really like these guys and want to make this as stress-free as possible.
A second batch, primarily sun thorns, came wrapped in paper towels and will be drip acclimated too, since they're probably the second most delicate species.
Good news/bad news:
The good news is that all but two of the limpets have lowered the drawbridges. I can tell because they no longer slide around the bowl.
The bad news is they're limpets. They don't slide around because now they're superglued to the bowl.
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