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Old 10-05-2005, 09:23 PM   #11
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I miss having mine. And if I'd known then what I know now, I'd still have it. They are awesome stars. I think they would be great in a larger system with larger predatory fish. They just aren't safe with small fish.
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Old 10-05-2005, 10:28 PM   #12
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Try target feeding it some shrimp, silverside, krill, whatever so it doesn't need to hunt.
Well, I'm not taking any chances. I've already removed him to my QT and he'll be going back this weekend.

Thanks for the info though.
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Look for the grey one/brittle. Had mine for a couple of years. Neat how he stays in one place for a couple of days, but you always see his arms. Just chillin' (no relation ), and only reacting when there's food about.

Or, check out the serpent stars. I got a red striped one, but only see him once every couple of months. Just one arm. Maybe others hang out more.
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good that you moved it.

sometimes if it with smaller fish even if you feed it well itll still go after the fish.
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I'm gonna quote you now as my source of the info Fluff - thanks :P

I have 2 serpent stars in my tank - they are great and no bother to anyone.

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Are you sure your CBS actually killed your clowns or took advantage of week or dead fish due to other problems.
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