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Old 11-14-2012, 03:33 PM   #1
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Lets talk about copper bands

So I really want a copper band and have been holding off on it for a long time. Discuss with me what is needed in the tank for good survivability. I have lots of different tube worms and feather dusters growing in the tank so it has some natural food. My pods are very low I don't use a fuge and don't really view pods as a good thing beings they are normally a sign of high nutrients. People who have a copper band and have been successful with one please chime in

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