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Old 02-05-2013, 06:51 PM   #11
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Mine have been playing in the sand more and spitting it out.. both have been shacking at each other more and the bigger ones belly seems huge compared to normal.
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:13 AM   #12
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Microscopic food? As in freshly hatched brine shrimp?
More like plankton
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I've hear rotifiers I think it's called but I think that is basically plankton.
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If you google Pytho Plankton you find a Lot of Info. But it Looks like green water to the naked eye...
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I have always let the clown pair take care of the eggs until they hatch. On the night they are suppose to hatch i turn all my pumps off and put a brite flashlight on the top of the tank. As they hatch they will start to go towards the light. Then i remove them from my main tank and put them in a smaller tank that has no flow what so ever. For the first week they eat rotifers after that you have to hatch brine shrimp everyday for the next two weeks and then slowly try to get them to eat frozen food
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