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Old 01-01-2013, 12:40 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Matt Ziemer View Post

I have the following: Yellow tang; Foxface Lo; Blue damsel; Yellowtail damsel; 2 - clowns; 3- striped cardinals. I have never seen any of them picking at the feather duster, but God knows what goes on when I'm away!

Do you see anything in the fish population that would raise a red flag as far as the feather duster is concerned? It has now been two weeks, and still no "replacement head." I was doing a water change 3 days ago, and I checked the tube. I just touched it to make sure it was not just rotting in my tank. It seemed ok, it seemed consistent with that of a healthy worm. I will continue to wait. Thank you for giving this some thought.
Damsels raise a flag for me itll take awhile to grow back

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Old 01-06-2013, 08:34 PM   #12
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i had a foxface that was curious and would nip at one of my feather dusters - It did not cause any harm to the feather. But I would be cautious.

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eat, feather duster

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