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Old 07-21-2011, 05:10 PM   #1681
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Oh wow. Why was that Guy being sooooo mean??

I mean, mandarins are hard but if you're willing to pay the price for pods just in case, I mean, it shouldn't be a huge issue right?
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Old 07-21-2011, 05:14 PM   #1682
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Some people just have their needs I suppose. To each their own.

I'm hoping she won't revert back to pods, she's eating mysis now so far. The lfs said she also eats pellets but I havent tried them yet. Glad I put in that fuge in the back with pods, just in case. I kinda knew this day was coming so I've been preparing. Just trying to get my excitement level back LOL
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Old 07-21-2011, 05:17 PM   #1683
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Oh wow. Why was that Guy being sooooo mean??

I mean, mandarins are hard but if you're willing to pay the price for pods just in case, I mean, it shouldn't be a huge issue right?
No one could afford to feed a mandarin bottled pods as a permanent means of sustenance.
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Hopefully she has enough in the fuge, because that mandarin will do nothing but cruise and eat 24-7.
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Old 07-21-2011, 05:35 PM   #1685
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The mandarin is already eating prepared foods for now. She pecked at some after I put her in. I'm taking that as a positive sign. And if she reverts I will deal with it like I had to when i got the scooter. Theres a backup plan, a backup plan for that and then returning if necessary.

Can we call this a dead issue already? Let's get this back on target before a moderator comes along..
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Old 07-21-2011, 06:28 PM   #1686
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Hopefully she has enough in the fuge, because that mandarin will do nothing but cruise and eat 24-7.
I used fish to cycle my tank... have both a blue tang and sailfin in a 55 g column... have gone through 4 mandarins all with no success.. blast me?
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[QUOTE="carey"]The mandarin is already eating prepared foods for now. She pecked at some after I put her in. I'm taking that as a positive sign. And if she reverts I will deal with it like I had to when i got the scooter. Theres a backup plan, a backup plan for that and then returning if necessary.

Can we call this a dead issue already? Let's get this back on target before a moderator comes along..[ /QUOTE]

Ok im done.. I would like to see more pics please.
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Have they been ORA ones or wild? Did they just not eat? This guy has got me all paranoid now.. lol
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Have they been ORA ones or wild? Did they just not eat? This guy has got me all paranoid now.. lol
No I never tried mands.. figured id be a douche.. carey your fine hun... if u did it with the blenny you cab do it again...
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Have they been ORA ones or wild? Did they just not eat? This guy has got me all paranoid now.. lol
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