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Old 06-25-2009, 05:39 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by phantomtiger View Post
peppermint shrimp and camel shrimp are the best way to go. i buy pieces with aptasia specifically for them and they love it.
Camel shrimp are known to eat softies as well though. Peppermint shrimp do work, when they do. It's hit or miss and I definitely would not put them in a cycling tank. I agree with those that use some form of kalk. I've used Joe's juice until we found a Pep that begged to come home.

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