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Old 12-11-2005, 12:57 AM   #1
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Where to place featherduster in my reef tank

I just bought a featherduster for my tank should i put it in a low flow moving area or is it oky if the feathers on it are moving around a little bit because my 55 has 3 powerheads and there is flow almost everywhere, also do u need to feed them the guy at the store said no i wasnt sure though, are they easy to take care of i got him because it was a great price and he looks cool! thanks

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It really doesnt matter where you put it. Whatever looks best to you will be fine if your tank has plenty of flow. They are filter feeders so you might want to get some marine snow or kent phytomax. I have both products and they are great.

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Old 12-11-2005, 04:02 PM   #3
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DT`s is a good food also. But they will feed whatever is in the tank.
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