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Old 04-28-2011, 08:29 PM   #971
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I'm gonna get 2 candycanes, they get almost an inch big each and a citron goby who gets a tad bigger. I wanna keep everything small in this tank.

Thanks so much, I know I probably overreacted but I was just appalled that i was in the potential spot I was in.
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I've been following Carey, and I never thought you were in a bad spot! You did well though. Congrats on a successful set-up and I look forward to more on this subject.
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Old 04-28-2011, 10:24 PM   #973
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Yay, Carey, congrats! I'm so happy your scooter is eating!
Will we see a video of him any time soon?
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I'm gonna try other frozen too and see if i can get a varied diet for him. Brine I don't think is enough to sustain him.

We'll see how he acts tomorrow, maybe I'll get some picture time with him lol
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im so jeleous
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Old 04-28-2011, 10:33 PM   #976
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You shouldn't be. Theres still a chance he will stop eating prepared ya know. Then I'll be S.O.L.

I think i'm gonna order the gobies Monday or ask this weekend at the lfs to see if they can get them.
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if hes eating the prepared why would he just suddenly stop
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Some just do.. That's why it is soo hard to keep mandarins
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is it know why?
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Old 04-28-2011, 10:37 PM   #980
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It just happens. i still am gonna continue the pod tank though. See how that turns out. I can feed him snacks.
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