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Old 01-22-2014, 02:51 AM   #1
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I have built the number of fish in my tank to 5 now and was wondering how much to feed. I have a Blue Tang, percula clown, watchman goby, coral beauty angel, and a blue saphire damsel.
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What size tank is it?
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Old 01-22-2014, 02:53 AM   #3
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66 gallon reef tank
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I have built the number of fish in my tank to 5 now and was wondering how much to feed. I have a Blue Tang, percula clown, watchman goby, coral beauty angel, and a blue saphire damsel.

It looks good, just the blue may grow too big. But thats a while from now. Pemysis for clown,goby,and damsel. Nori for the tang, and an angelfish diet for the coral beauty. Thats what i would do. I have a percula clown that eats mysis, and i had a blue a while ago that loved his veggie clip.
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Thank you, i feed frozen food once a day. I do dried seaweed flakes like twice a week. And i put some seaweed strips on my mag for the tang once a week.
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Nice. Looks good!
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Dies the tang need the seaweed strips more often? Click image for larger version

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Id do it every other day or so.
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Old 01-27-2014, 02:45 AM   #9
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How are your water parameters with that feeding amount/schedule? If your fish seem fat and happy and your levels are good, then keep feeding how you're doing it.
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My blue tang got a bad case of ich from an incoming fish and passed away a couple of months ago( before my quarantine tank ) . I just telling him how i fed my tank.
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