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Old 02-21-2014, 01:32 PM   #1
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How big of a bio load do Invertebrates give off

Talking about CUC, shrimps and feather dusters.
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if it eats, it poops. i don't think the feather dusters add much to the mix, though.
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They add such a miniscule amount that it is safe to not even count them in. That is unless you have a pico tank.
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no i have a 40g with 15g sump. i don't even count in food allotment for most of my inverts. they're scavengers so they eat what they find. i just keep my fish and corals fed.
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