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Old 02-27-2010, 04:27 AM   #11
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Oh no, grind it up, they will get it, trust me. It is like you taking a calcium supplement.
I tried what you said and kind of sprinkled it into the tank on top of them (they were both hanging out at the top water line) and one of them started making his way immediately down the side of the tank towards it and 10 seconds later, the other one literally just dropped off the side of the tank and hit the bottom and started moving towards it. Hopefully it works as you say it does!
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Nice! It should! If you look at my thread, "Snail clumps" you will see what mine looks like now, and her shell wasn't that nice when I got her.
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I use it for our FW ghost shrimp, RCS, crayfish, and our snails. For our brackish water ghost shrimp in the 80g I use the lobster pellets for hermit crabs, it also contains calcium. I use those because our dragon gobys also need calcium and they love pellets.
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Dragon is the one I got my info from, and I will be forever grateful!!!
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