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Old 04-18-2012, 09:43 AM   #151
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Sounds great! Are you going to get a bigger cuc when the time comes or do you have enough?
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Old 04-18-2012, 10:15 AM   #152
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Sounds great! Are you going to get a bigger cuc when the time comes or do you have enough?
Definitly a bigger one. Most likely the one for a 20 gallon tank on cleaners
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I would do the custom order from him. He gives a very accurate list. I got a lot of snails that were free but It doesn't look weird at all anymore. It will the first few days because they are slow from the shipping.
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I would do the custom order from him. He gives a very accurate list. I got a lot of snails that were free but It doesn't look weird at all anymore. It will the first few days because they are slow from the shipping.
Oh okay, i purposfully wanted a smaller pack because he always overloads it!
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Oh gotcha,
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Oh gotcha,
But i see what your saying, and it'd be cool to make my own! Ill have to find out more about it. The one thing i wanted (and im sure my mom woul love too) is a reef safe starfish. Brittlestars are pretty ugly, so could i get any of the blue or red ones? I dont want a sandsifting star because i have heard bad things
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most of the bright colored stars arent reef safe. serpent stars arent exactly pretty, but they are good for the system from what ive heard.
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Serpent stars are a great addition! They are easy to care for and pretty cool when you see them out and about. I have one in my 125g and he hangs out in the open alot so I get to see him eat. You can also handfeed them too, like I said a good choice for a newer tank.
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Cool, what do they eat exactly? Leftover food right? Im going to google it right now!
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Cool, what do they eat exactly? Leftover food right? Im going to google it right now!
Yes, I believe that they are scavengers.
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