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Old 07-02-2015, 07:06 PM   #1
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I have a lovely tang and to supplement his diet I add nori. My clown fish and blue chromis go mad for it, I mean they love it! Is this common?


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Herbivores and omnivores will eat the stuff, not just tangs.
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My Clownfish will eat the pieces that fall off and are circulating when the Urchin eats his chunk, they don't seem to peck at it when it is on the clip. They like it.
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Agreeing with sniperhank, my damsels clownfish, even my porcupine puffer that's consider mostly a carnivore eats them I also have a Picasso triggerfish that prefers omnivore pellets a opposed to shrimp, go figure lol, but yeahit's totally common.

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I put mine in a food processor and feed it as flakes, never found a clip that actually holds it
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I use a small mag float scraper as a holder. The suction cups don't seem to last long.
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I use the clip and to be fair, it does get dragged away every so often which is a pain. I'll try that too tip


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