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Old 03-04-2004, 11:53 AM   #11
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Actually if you refer to the link I provided you will see there are many types of pill bugs and isopds that have a similar body shape and larger than would be expected eyes. The cirolanid is definately one of the more memorable though

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If your talking about the common parasitic one...thats it.
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I checked out the links. Good info! I emailed it to my wife and she is going to add it them to our web site. We already had a few of them, but not THAT many! Thanks.
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Feeding pods...

The pods living in the sump sure seem healthier than the one's living in the tank. I don't feed them anything. I put food into the aquarium for the fish. Some of the aquarium food would flow out into the sump, but the water goes through 2 foam filters on the way.

I think they are eating each other. That's why their getting bigger. Survival of the biggest!
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lol, Ok.I was just thinking of getting a mandarin later on and seems like that is the stuff they eat. pods that is
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