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Old 06-13-2010, 11:28 PM   #21
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Awesome Kev. And cmor, that's always true but a cup of sand to start off with is always great.
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Feeding every day will accomplish the same without fouling the tank.
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You mean feeding every day, or every other day? I've been feeding everyday since i got him and i still have very low nitrates and 0 phosphates. I just don't overfeed..
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thats good new that yours pulled through! i wish mine did
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Thanks nemo. Sorry about your goby though..
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Sounds like maybe a happy ending. Hope all works out.
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Old 06-14-2010, 08:21 PM   #27
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its alright. he was so happy and eating when i bought him.. my only guess is the bristle worm in my tank.. can they kill fish? this one is may 3-4 inchs long? hes not fat though it could slide through airline tubing its so skinny
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Thanks Mike. Hopefully he makes it!

nemo, i'm not sure on the bristleworm, as i do not know much about them other then they are great detritivores, and that they rarely if not never, prey upon coral or fish and inverts. Are you sure it's a bristleworm? Bristleworms and Fireworms looks extremely similar and fire worms devour anything they can grab.
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well its kinda pinkish so thats why i thought a bristle. i hope its not a fire worm
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