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Old 01-22-2005, 05:13 AM   #1
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Is there such a thing as too many pods? When I looked at my tank tonight with a flashlight the whole sand bed was moving. There isn't a spot that you cant see pods. Cool to watch though.
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From what I have read so far, pods are good for fish food and other critters food in the tank. I would say that it is a good sign that you have a healthy tank if pods are reproducing. Possibly other members will confirm this is so or not.

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From what I have read so far, pods are good for fish food and other critters food in the tank. I would say that it is a good sign that you have a healthy tank if pods are reproducing


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If you wanted to decrease the population, you could get a mandarin, i bet you'd see the pod population go down.

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congrats. you have a healthy tank
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PODS are awesome! It is a sure sign of a healthy tank. Congratualtions.

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