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Old 10-10-2008, 09:40 PM   #41
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yes yet.... but idk i just have a good feeling my nlenny is gonna be good. the main way to get this desease is stress right? ive seen no stress from him at all he seems happy as a clown
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Wait till he runs out of pods and slowly starves over about a 2-3 month period.
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not gonna happen....... he already has been good for 1 month or so and even if he does run out of pods he eats the food i feed him =P
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ok, cool
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Old 10-10-2008, 09:51 PM   #45
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yeh is that wierd or something that they eat the food you put in the tank?
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yep, mine did, still starved
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Old 10-10-2008, 10:27 PM   #47
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well thats a bummer, but thats a good thing that wont happen to mine because its just crazy awesome
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yes yet.... but idk i just have a good feeling my nlenny is gonna be good. the main way to get this desease is stress right? ive seen no stress from him at all he seems happy as a clown
Stress lowers the body's natural immunities, but disease can be transmitted by injury, parasite, food, etc. For what it's worth, ich (cryptocaryon) is a parasite.
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well what the heck i was hoping my fire shrimp what pitch in and clean the dang things off of it to keep it safe i thik i might buy a cleaner shrimp to help out cause the fire hasnt been doing SQUAT! (yet) only had him since wednesday but lol he still does look way sick!
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Fireshrimp aren't as well known for their "cleaning" behaviors. They are mainly scavengers (carnivorous) ime, there to look bright and pretty
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