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Old 09-18-2011, 02:01 PM   #151
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for who? the snowflake eel was eating brine shrimp, the store fed him freeze dried. we have been feeding him frozen. the midnight was a shipment from the store. in his tank 1 night so i dont think he has been fed by anyone but us.
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Old 09-18-2011, 02:02 PM   #152
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sorry krill. not brine. ill try the brine.
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Old 09-18-2011, 02:05 PM   #153
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Yeah the snowflake eel should accept frozen foods pretty easily, at least in my experience. The angel should eat the brine. Unfortunately, the only angel I had died within a week without eating anything.
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Old 09-18-2011, 02:10 PM   #154
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the eel was eating well until friday. his normal feeding every 2day. it has now been 4-5 days since he last ate.

i DO NOT want to loose this angel. he is too cool to watch and too pretty to die.

maybe stress? wholesale to store to my tank in such a short time maybe?
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Probably stress. Leave it alone for another day or two. As for the eel, don't worry about it. They can go for long periods of time without eating. They are also very hardy. I really feed mine every 3-4 days now and he doesn't mind. He'll show me he's hungry.
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eel: he was out swimming last night so i tried to feed him then with no luck. ill try again later.
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maybe a food thing idk. midnight is picking at the live rock. if he is anything like the coral beauty thats normal behavior. maybe time is what he needs.
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Bad news. The eel didn't make it. I was running too late to work to check my water parameters.
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Wow... I'm surprised.... Sorry to here that man....
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Yeah it's got me worried about the rest of them
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