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Old 11-01-2006, 05:44 PM   #11
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:52 PM   #12
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what kind of sinking pellets?

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I used the saltwater master liquid test kit from Aquarium Pharmaceuticals and here are the results:
Ammonia NH3: 0
NH4+: 0
pH: 8.3
Nitrite(NO2-): 0
Nitrate(NO3-): 0

i need to get a calcium test, but most are really expensive, so it will need to wait until my next paycheck

it should be known that i do not run a protein skimmer, all i use are live rock and a small power filter. in the small power filter i use cotton (which i get from walmart) and replace the filter everyday to remove any build up (thats how i got the nitrates (NO3-) to read so low.

as for the food for the red scooter dragonet: http://www.petsmart.com/global/produ...131+4294966859
its called HBH Super Soft "soft and moist fish food with krill", small pellets. reading the label it seems like its krill/brine shrimp with a mix of veggies all rolled into one pellet.

now for the question. how often should i feed the red scooter dragonet/blenny?

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