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Old 04-24-2011, 10:42 PM   #741
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That was the plan. i figured i'd grow em for like 3 months get a good population and then get an ora mandarin thats eating prepared foods. My lfs has one. I'm only concerned that the madnarin will stop eating the foods and revert back and need pods for all his meals. I could never grow enough, they literally eat thousands a day
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Old 04-24-2011, 10:44 PM   #742
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oh wow...hm i honestly don't know
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hehe that makes two of us. The mandarin would be added like later this year if at all so it's not an immediate concern.

I'm, also considering putting it into my 55g at the end of the year. i have 80lbs of rock, a HUGE pod population and my tank will be a year old and I think established enough for one.
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hehe that makes two of us. The mandarin would be added like later this year if at all so it's not an immediate concern.

I'm, also considering putting it into my 55g at the end of the year. i have 80lbs of rock, a HUGE pod population and my tank will be a year old and I think established enough for one.
I'd say the 55 would be better.
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i think the 55 is a better idea
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darn bettababe we tied
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darn bettababe we tied
I beat you... Just saying.
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Also keep in mind that I plan on getting a 125g by years end too. That would muck up putting him in the 55g.
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hm i say wait till 125
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Also keep in mind that I plan on getting a 125g by years end too. That would muck up putting him in the 55g.
Wait till that then. As wolf said.
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