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Old 08-07-2011, 09:57 PM   #11
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I've left the tube in the tank, but now its starting to collapse. :-( Guess he isnt in there for sure now...bummer...that was my first duster...
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Well that's too bad. Could you see straight through the tube.? My feather duster us red and white. I forget the name of it now, but it built it's tube like a snail, it spiraled out from the center, about 3-4 complete circles/spiral, so there's no way to tell if mine is hiding or gone, so I just play the waiting game. Curious abot the worm theory cuz his feathers aren't as long as they used to be. I was also wondering if a coral banded, camel shrimp, or an emerald crab would nip at it. Sorry to thread jack but now I'm concerned as well....
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