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Old 05-05-2012, 01:41 PM   #21
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Yep, my yellow watchman eats it as well as my wrasses. Just feed a good assortment of frozen foods and all your fish will love it.

I sometimes use a turkey baster and shoot some brine to my duncans, they love it and it's really neat to watch!
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Yes the mysis comes in a frozen cube too. With so few fish make sure not to over feed. Cutting those cubes in half works for me.
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I have a bunch of tanks, but what I do is mix a bunch of different cubes and some flat pack frozen stuff in a red party cup and feed out of there for a few days. i use a turkey baster so I can distribute the food to each tank. Saves me from mixing food everyday and it can hold for days in the refrigerator.
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That's a great idea carey. I just put a piece i cut from a cube into a spoon till it melts.. That way i don't have large chunks going into the overflow lol took me a week or two and a cyano outbreak to figure that out
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I have a bunch of tanks, but what I do is mix a bunch of different cubes and some flat pack frozen stuff in a red party cup and feed out of there for a few days. i use a turkey baster so I can distribute the food to each tank. Saves me from mixing food everyday and it can hold for days in the refrigerator.
I do the same thing! I have a little Tupperware container just for fish. I mix enough for 3 days and just use a turkey baster.
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Old 05-05-2012, 06:58 PM   #26
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I have a bunch of tanks, but what I do is mix a bunch of different cubes and some flat pack frozen stuff in a red party cup and feed out of there for a few days. i use a turkey baster so I can distribute the food to each tank. Saves me from mixing food everyday and it can hold for days in the refrigerator.
This is a great idea because I can feed both my fresh and salt water tanks the same frozen foods!

I will go light on feeding. Saltwater isn't a commodity here in the desert haha.
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