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Old 08-12-2009, 10:35 AM   #1
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Caught Him eating his veggies. Finally.

I followed CCapt's advice and got a hold of the garlic xtreme put two drops on the seaweed and kept offering it, lo and behold he started taking it. Check it out. Is OK to leave the seaweed in the tank all day?


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Looks amazing Keith!!! I love it! (Im jealous too...)
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Old 08-12-2009, 10:46 AM   #3
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Thanks SB, The extra lighting makes a huge difference.
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Wow this makes me jealous. Thats not only an awesome fish, but everything is so.. clear lol. Great fish, great tank, and im glad hes eating.
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That`s a beautiful sight.
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I'm not a saltie but those are cool pictures. They are so clear! Good shots! I guess even SW has their own picky eaters.
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I'm not a saltie but those are cool pictures. They are so clear! Good shots! I guess even SW has their own picky eaters.
Yeah he sure is a picky eater but is getting much better. He really loves Spirulina/brine shrimp though.
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Nice...that is one goodlooking fish. Great shots too. The colours in your tank are lovely. How many neighbors does he have so far?
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My LFS had 2 Atlantic Blues for $35. I wanted to get it so bad, but I knew my PBT would annihilate anything else I add to the tank. What a gorgeous fish.

I leave nori in my tank all day as long as the lights are on. A good CUC will pick up any of the pieces that float away and get trapped under rocks and such.
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