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Old 06-13-2012, 10:42 AM   #11
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Man all I can say is I was in shock!! Try putting some food in the net and put the net in the tank maybe? There so use to the net and associate it with feeding. So when I out the net in the come right to it and peck at it. It's a small brine shrimp net. There must have been food still on the net or the odor of food cause as soon as I put the net in the fish flocked to it. It just so happened that the damsel went right in!!!
Haha yeah maybe I'll have to try that, sometimes food will float in there after I feed and the clownfish will just swim right in after it!
How is your Mandarin doing and what do you feed?
Might go pick one up today
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Old 06-13-2012, 12:59 PM   #12
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The mandarin is doing just fine. I had seeded the tank with 8,000 copepods I ordered from reefs2go I ordered another 2,000 pods last week and in ordering another 2,000 this week. That should be enough. At night I can see the tank crawling with the pods so I know there in there. I got the mandarin from reefs2go it was a package deal. The mandarin and 1,000 pods for like 24.99 I think or may have been cheaper.

Good luck there awesome. The ones at my LFS eat frozen I kinda wish I waited but mines seems to be just fine.
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Wow that's an awesome tank! Ever considered upgrading? I'm sure you could still pack a 75 with all the coral you have.
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Wow that's an awesome tank! Ever considered upgrading? I'm sure you could still pack a 75 with all the coral you have.
Wow thanks for the kind words! Yea I ran it buy my wife she said noway!! I have a 75 with mixed African Cichlid's so.... I guess maybe in the future. Don't wanna re home all my Africans I love that tank.
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