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Old 10-28-2010, 02:52 PM   #11
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Thanks for all the tips guys. The Mandarin I'm looking at has been at my lfs for about 2 weeks now and is a fat one at that. I do have a great population of pods, I was lucky in that my LR came with a TON of amphipods and copepods. Plenty of food to go around. Also I've seen it eat some mysis when I've been there so its also eating prepared foods.

I'm just being a little gun shy after my ich out break and I dont want that stuff around again.

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