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Old 10-29-2004, 02:22 PM   #21
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See page 1 of this thread. The bi-color may be better for you if you're concerned about size. Maybe easier to feed too.
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See page 1 of this thread. The bi-color may be better for you if you're concerned about size. Maybe easier to feed too.
Thats what I have learned from this thread too. As you can see below, room is not usually a problem for me.
Thats why I tell everyone to find a Blenny that accepts frozen food or nori. I lost one in qt that refused to eat. After learning my lesson, I picked one that I "saw"was eating brine at the LFS.
He is doing great and eats everything I put in the tank. A chubby little dude that I would have trouble calling a herbivore.
Lot of personality too...added bonus.
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Old 10-30-2004, 01:03 AM   #23
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I have heard that they recommend as much as 2 snails PG (or was it a snail P2G)...
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2 snails per gal would be on the excessive side. Even in a well established stocked tank I would not go beyond 1 cleaning animal per gal. Newer set up ups or with light bioloads, it's best to start at about 1/3 the recommended amount and build as needed.

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