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Old 04-26-2005, 09:04 PM   #11
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I had a few of those small featherdusters for a while, but one of my fish ate them all. Maybe my butterflyfish (which has since found a new home) or my angelfish. I don't remember which. I never had that many to begin with.
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Old 04-26-2005, 11:27 PM   #12
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I want some mine all died off a couple years back and never came back. My 2 big duster are doing great i would love to have some in my tanks. Just drop a hand full in the mail to me.
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Old 04-27-2005, 12:57 PM   #13
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eat flatworms, which include featherdusters
Featherdusters are not flatworms - related, but not the same thing.

Flatworm infestations can be killed by FlatwormExit, which won't kill your dusters.
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SG 1.024, temp 79.5, pH 8.4

Livestock I added:

1 skunk cleaner. 12 hermits: red, scarlet, blue. 15 or so assorted snails. Discosomas, Ricordia, Rhodactis mushroom corals, chaetomorpha (sump), 1 feather duster, Montipora digitata, Montipora capricornis, Montipora hispids. assorted zoos, Xenia, Kenya tree coral, green Sinularia, green star polyps, branching hammer coral, bubble coral, Devil's hand leather. Yellow chromis, purple firefish.

Hitchhikers: the usual suspects :crabs, bristles, urchin, mantis shrimp (now in exile in mantis tank)

List of possible/likely newcomers:

Feather duster. PJ cardinal, Bangghai cardinal, Firefish goby, Clownfish, Neon goby, Yellow watchman goby, Orchid dottyback. Various corals.
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