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Old 04-18-2014, 10:32 AM   #1
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Marine fish diet

Hi all, I have 2 clowns and a six line wrasse in my tank but I am not sure if the food I am giving them is ok. I feed them brine shrimp one day, then Mysis shrimp the next day, then krill the next day and ocean food 55 the next. I repeat this every 4 days, I wanted to know if this is a good diet for them or if there is anything you would add or change?

I was thinking of getting a bicolour blenny as well. Would the diet for the fish above also be suitable for the blenny? If not what else would I feed the blenny additionally?
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:17 AM   #2
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No that's fine, but as they told you in your other thread your tank is already fully stocked
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Different tanks. So will the bicolour goby be ok with that diet?
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Old 04-18-2014, 01:03 PM   #4
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I'd throw some type of algae into the mix as well or use spiraling enhanced brine. As a side not on bicolor blennies. My friend has one that use to be in his 29 but is now in a ten by itself. It went rouge and started nomming corals left and right. IMO blennies are demon spawn.
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Ow thought they where 100% reef safe. Thanks a bunch for telling me that, I doubt ill be getting one then cause my bigger tank has £400 worth of corals in it. Thanks a bunch.
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I mean that is just one individual fish. I've seen plenty of reefs with them but just figured I'd share that story. I have a flametail blenny in my tank who kills clams lol
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Blennies can be very aggressive to smaller fish, but mine have never bothered corals.
I think rotating the diet is a very good idea.
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