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Old 02-06-2004, 08:54 PM   #1
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Any one tried using Cyclop-eeze to feed your fishes? Is it good? They said that it can enhance the colour of marine fishes. My bi-colour angel is not eating, would they eat this kind of stuff?
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Old 02-06-2004, 09:56 PM   #2
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We use cyclop-eeze frozen in our tank about twice a week the fish do love it I don't belive it has changed their color any but it is very healty for them. It is worth a try with your angel or have you tried live brine?
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Old 02-06-2004, 10:52 PM   #3
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I have heard nothing but rave reviews for his product, I wish it were locally available, my LFS says they can get it, but then start pushing their rotifer cultures on me, and never order it
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reefrunner, if its worth the drive they have it here in gainesville at aquatropics
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How much? Do they have the frozen or the freeze dried, I'll be in G'ville monday morning for a Drs appt
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Its frozen in a red foil package, i think it was about $9
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Cool, I'll be picking some up monday
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I had heard that this stuff was like crack for the reef tanks. I picked some up tonight. The stories I had heard were that you could literally see your corals extend even further to reach the stuff as soon as it hits the water. Well no such reaction out of the corals but the fish were eating like a fat kid after fat camp. I mean they spazzed over it. Thumbs up here!

note: no fat kids were actually harmed in the making of this post.
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I want some!!!!!!!!!!!
How can you guys smuggle me some to Australia????
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Old 02-08-2004, 05:48 AM   #10
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My bi-colour angel is not eating anything, its just keep on finding food source from the LR, but the food source there are limited, it seems like it is getting weaker, my water parameter is alright, do they really need brine shrimp in order to start eating? But I don't like feeding live brine shrimp, I have to buy them in large quantities, sold in packets, and I don't have much fishes, and those brine shrimp seems to be dying quickly. BTW is freeze dried cyclop ezee in whole form? I saw the frozen 1, its like plankton, all very very fine particle, it sure cloud my water as I don't have corals in my tank. Is there other un-live altanatives for letting angels take their 1st feeding meal?
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