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Old 03-23-2012, 02:29 PM   #41
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Old 03-23-2012, 08:49 PM   #43
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When you feed the angler you can give him shark formula, they are cube of meat that you can cut in slices and every fish I have owned (stingrays, triggers, puffers, bamboo shark, tang, wrasses) has loved them. It's also very nutritious and is a blend of different foods.
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Live aquaria I think says to feed live shrimp at first with these type of feeders. Also they sell saltwater feeder shrimp sometimes.
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Grass shrimp are saltwater feeders, we sell them at my job but they have to be in season.
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Yep grass shrimp. I guess you work at animal jungle.when are they in season again?
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Should be getting some in within the next few weeks. Its a mystery. We did just get ghost shrimp so i can assume soon.
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Old 03-23-2012, 10:12 PM   #48
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Bought a replacement ballast and a small fuge light.

Tuesday I will order my rock from BRS.

After that, it's aquascape, fill water, looooooong cycle, few corals, CUC, chaeto and finally the angler. Though I still plan to QT for a few weeks too.
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Cool deal Tim it's coming along nicely . I think I will start my scrubber this weekend and check my tank i think it may be cycled . Do you have a recommendation for lighting for mushrooms? My tank is 2 feet tall.
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I know my ricordias did well under 4 T5's and just as good under LED. My hairy mushrooms are the same case. The "regular" $5 flat red mushrooms grew well under overhangs and inside caves that see no light at all! They are really low light demanding.

I'd say my recommendation would be t5's - good balance between cost and function, and you'll easily be able to keep any type you want.
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