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Old 04-12-2011, 09:21 AM   #1
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Hey , I need some advice I have as of right now a domino damsel and a clown and thy been on flakes only , my Buddy told me to mix a little blood worms and flakes as their food , what should I do ?
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Yea that would be great and a lot healthier for your fish. But only get domesticated worms not wild ones.
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Ok thanks is that alot healthier for all the marine fish or some ? ANd also should I feed them. A little of both or just worms and cut the flakes out ?
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Ok thanks is that alot healthier for all the marine fish or some ? ANd also should I feed them. A little of both or just worms and cut the flakes out ?
It's healthier for all FW and SW fish. For the feeding feed them the flakes as u do normally but 1 time a week give them the bloodworms.
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Ok so that one time a week give them just blood worms or mix it ?
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Ok so that one time a week give them just blood worms or mix it ?
Just the bloodworms.
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Ok thanks Alot
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Anytime. No problem
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