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Old 07-06-2014, 02:06 PM   #11
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a panythose foot would be the best way to get the nasty shrimp pout once youre done with it,
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Old 07-06-2014, 03:30 PM   #12
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a panythose foot would be the best way to get the nasty shrimp pout once youre done with it,

That or a filter media bag if you have one laying around
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That or a filter media bag if you have one laying around
I've got one in a tank with some young guppies, I didn't want them getting sucked into the filter. I might be able to take that out for a while though. They're almost big enough to escape the take-in.
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How have you set up the tank? What kind of filtration are you running? I agree with the above posts - do plenty if research before buying any livestock. Did you use any live rock?


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I do have rock, and I have a wet/dry with bio balls. Im changing it over to a refugium soon.
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Okay. I put shrimp wrapped in pantyhose in the tank. How long should I leave 2 of them in there?
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I am not sure wet/dry work for saltwater - perhaps someone else can confirm that? Something about not being submerged in water the BB can't survive?


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