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Old 01-30-2005, 10:23 AM   #1
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DT's versus Liquid life products, need help ASAP!

I have not been feeding my reef tank any sort of plankton in a few months. I just got a baby maxima and need to pick up something to feed it. I've always read DT's is the best for feeding baby clams so today is the only day I can make the 3+ hour trip to get some.... unless the anybody recommends one of the liquid life products instead because we carry them at work.

So, it's live DT's, vs one of the size liquid life products. here is a link to eeach of them.

http://www.marinedepot.com/md_viewIt...product=DT1117

http://www.marinedepot.com/aquarium_....asp?ast=&key=


Any help would be great asap, I have to leave in a couple hours if you gusy think DT's is a much better choice for my reef tank(misture of softied/lps/sps/clams/fish)[/url]
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I actualy use both. I feed DT's and the Coral plankton by liquid life. Both your clam and corals will love you for it. Hopefully you get the employee discount at work, the stuff is exspensive.
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Yeah, I get a discount, that's one plus of working at a LFS until I finish school. The only bad side is I spend soooo much more money becasue part of my job is ordering/receiving/pricing all the salt fish/coral etc... so I kinda get first dibs on anything

Anyway, so I guess DT's is a fine particle size that the filter feeders would use and the coral plankton is a bit larger?
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