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Old 06-05-2006, 08:29 AM   #11
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I agree it’s not only the wasted food that falls to the bottom but also because you mostly feed flake which IME doesn’t get eaten as vigorously as frozen fair does by either the fish or a clean up crew. Do you have a clean up crew i.e. hermits, snails, or shrimp?

Any food that isn’t eaten in less then 3 minutes is too much IMO. See this post for more on the subject.


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