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Old 04-11-2005, 12:20 PM   #11
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I recall NO articles or posts in the SW section supporting feeding non SW plants to SW fish. You can get food grade nori on many websites or at your asian food store for much cheaper than the LFS's versions. I feed my tang an 8 X 11" sheet every few days.
8 By 11???? Every few days???? Good LORD. That's a LOT.

We WERE Thinking of getting a Tang, but if they eat THAT much, i dunno.. ;-/
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Tangs are natural grazers. Kinda like cows just alot nicer to lo0k at.

The 8x11 sheets of nori is not that bad at all. I feed mine about half of a sheet every couple days. The nori cost abot $3 to $4 a pack and comes with 40 sheets. Nothing that is going to breal the bank. It last me a long time..
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I think that mine is more like a pig than a cow. He eats everything all day long and when I put in seaweed strips, he rips them off the clip. No grazing, it is his mission to eat that seaweed asap!

I could see a sheet every couple of days, that is why I have tried to mix it up with other foods. He loves formula 2 flake, which I have in the auto feeder. I usually give lettuce, spinach and dried seaweed in the clip. I have only recently done the broccoli. He doesn't really care though. He still keeps the rocks clean and I hope he will stay away from the Xenia. If only I couyld get him to try the bubble Algea
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