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Old 04-05-2004, 01:55 PM   #1
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Adding to the fug

Well I've had my fug up and running now for a little over a week and have a dsb, lr rubble, and a few different types of caleupra. I put one narasuis snail in and was wondering how many more I should add. The fug is a hob 19.5" by 4.5" so I was thinking that I dont need more than a few sifters in there but any comments are appreciated as this is my first attempt at a functional fug! Thanks guys
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Sounds good to me. Maybe a half dozen but no need for a large number.
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IMO, you don't need nassarius in the fuge. They are carrionivores, they eat dead stuff. They are used to turn over the top layer of sand, cause they like to bury themselves in the sand, but they do not clean up algae they eat dead meat. The pods and bristle worms should do a fine job on the sandbed for your fuge.
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thanks guys1 i just tossed one in the fug to stir it up a little so ill let nature take its course on the rest!
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