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Old 08-01-2006, 10:15 AM   #11
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My shrimp liked the gel based cube food. It would sink and they could snack on it whenever they wanted.
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Old 08-01-2006, 07:05 PM   #12
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I once had my pep shrimp feed my chakri clown
then i had one that started eating parts of my long tentacle anemone
he was definitely traded
i have zoos and the same LTA
i am reluctant to get them but i have aiptasia
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Are they not great at eliminating Aiptasias!
Absolutley, I am so glad I did not use chemicals!
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yeah

I CAN GET THE CHEMICAL THING BUT I SPENT WAY TO MUCH TO EXPERIMENT IN MY TANK
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I would not use the chem....the peppermint eats them extremely fast....mine tank was clean in less than a week.
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I CAN GET THE CHEMICAL THING BUT I SPENT WAY TO MUCH TO EXPERIMENT IN MY TANK

You could use Joe's Juice if you are afraid of getting a peppermint shrimp. Some times the shrimp will eat at something if it is dieing or decaying. Thats just what they do. However, if your anemone looks good then you could give another peppermint shrimp a shot. I haven't had a problem with mine yet.
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thanks

ill give it a shot and see what happens
maybe it was a one time thing
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