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Old 02-12-2012, 08:08 PM   #211
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My fish love mysis, it doesn't stay in the column very long lol.
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Old 02-12-2012, 08:23 PM   #212
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My fish love mysis, it doesn't stay in the column very long lol.
Awesome! My FW fish dont like it too much, so this is good!
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I havent fed mine at all, maybe i should start! Speaking if which..

So far we have the clown, 5 hermits and 5 snails, and 2 shrimp. We only have been feeding nls, think that the brine or mysis cube would be too much! Would a cube be too much? Should we cut it in half?
I feed one cube of mysis in my 150g lol well 2 since I feed 2x a day
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I feed one cube of mysis in my 150g lol well 2 since I feed 2x a day
Really! Seems like theyd need more!
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But do you have more than one clown 5 hermits, 5 snails and two shrimp?
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Really! Seems like theyd need more!
They are all fat though lol
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Algae?
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Algae?
No idea. Cyno maybe?
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It may be the reason why you are getting it.
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The cyno os starting to spread is this common in every new saltwater tank? Any way to fix it?
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