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Old 02-01-2014, 10:46 PM   #5991
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Reef Chilly and whatever else they snatch up from the fish food in water column. Selcon and frozen foods like prawn roe, mysis, krill, etc...
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Reef Chilly and whatever else they snatch up from the fish food in water column. Selcon and frozen foods like prawn roe, mysis, krill, etc...
Saw reef chili at the lfs, its a powder right? How do you feed it?
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Saw reef chili at the lfs, its a powder right? How do you feed it?
Yes its a powder of zooplanton, phytoplanton, rotifers & such. A little goes a long way with this stuff and ive had grear results with it. I switched from coral frenzy to the BRS reef chili and coral seems to respond better. You can mix it with tank water and pour it in or spot feed with a baster. You could also just mix it with the fish food.
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Yes its a powder of zooplanton, phytoplanton, rotifers & such. A little goes a long way with this stuff and ive had grear results with it. I switched from coral frenzy to the BRS reef chili and coral seems to respond better. You can mix it with tank water and pour it in or spot feed with a baster. You could also just mix it with the fish food.
I use seachem phyto but will get some once i run out.
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Great day! Set up a nano planted tank for my new amano shrimp. Great tanks, it was tetra bettascene, look it up. Pretty well built and very high quality and worth the in store 17$! Also got the marineland 2.5 for my rescue betta. Bought anacharis and gave it to 10g, 4g, 2g, and 1g. Signed up for lfs rewards card!
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Great day! Set up a nano planted tank for my new amano shrimp. Great tanks, it was tetra bettascene, look it up. Pretty well built and very high quality and worth the in store 17$! Also got the marineland 2.5 for my rescue betta. Bought anacharis and gave it to 10g, 4g, 2g, and 1g. Signed up for lfs rewards card!
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All about turk bro. He took a bath in the filter when the top was off XD he is a great character!

Wow that orange betta.
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Started the scaping process on a 20g. Just seeing how things look a couple of ways before i decide.

WC on my running 20g. Added a fungus cure product to treat my ailing Neon Tetras. Medicine cost as much as two replacement NT's but hope i save them. I removed a portion of my snails in case they die from the product.
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Omg!!! Woke up and guppy filter is broken! Have to use the warranty, but what to do!? Can they live in my 10g for a few days?
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