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Old 09-02-2011, 07:26 PM   #31
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Not one of my fish likes dried mysis, not even the cichlids who eat everything and anything. lol

I use the teeny tiny nls pellets for my clwosn and they can never get enough.
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Not one of my fish likes dried mysis, not even the cichlids who eat everything and anything. lol

I use the teeny tiny nls pellets for my clwosn and they can never get enough.
Same exact situation for me LOL I have the .5 mm small fish formula. My chromis occasionally bite at the Mysis but they never swallow it. I'll pick some up frozen later and see if there is a difference. BTW I have sent John 3 emails. No response. Is he like on vacation or something? Still not a sign of a package.
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Old 09-02-2011, 07:55 PM   #33
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For what its worth it sounds like your order got lost on their end. Maybe the labor day weekend has him off early.

I know bulk reef supply closed shop early today too.
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It did :/ on to liveaquaria just made a thread about it. Please check it out
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