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Old 02-11-2013, 11:59 PM   #11
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1+ reefs2go their pods are huge! Great way to start your population, and their price is fairly good. you can get BOGO on them sometimes too! I also dose once a week with reef bugs. Its Basically a few types of pods (and I think plankton) in an egg form and they hatch within 24hr of contact with water. I do this because I have a mandarin and that $22 bag will most likely last at least a year and I know I'll never be lacking pods!
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I agree with ausfish. You probably already have them breeding. I would go to a bunch of local reefers and get a handful of macro algae from each one of their tanks. You'll have a diverse population of everything in no time.
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Old 02-20-2013, 03:52 PM   #13
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THANK YOU! - Fish everywhere agree - Reefs2go.com is the place for all of your Live Saltwater Food needs!!


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I buy my pods from reefs2go and have good results. They will multiply in live rock, sand, and macro algae. If you want them to succeed, you will need a well stocked refugium.
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I did not seed my tank at all. they just magically appeared. came out of lr I s'pose
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My tank just got then. Thousands of little white swimmers. They say the come out of your live sand.. I'm hoping that they stay. But bad thing is I need to clean my glass but don't want to kill them.. Lol
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