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Old 08-06-2012, 12:29 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by melosu58
I have never fed mine. They get all they need from the water column and lighting and if you have a clown fish whatever they bring it.

With clowns hosting I would never feed. Nems get most if not all of what they need from photosynthesis and planktonic food in the water column. Nems are not out eating meaty foods all the time in the wild like many people seem to assume.

But if you do feed, feed pieces no larger than the mouth for easier digestion. And i wouldnt feed more than 2 times a week. Krill, silversides, fresh seafood (shrimp, fish, scallops) etc.

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