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Old 09-11-2011, 10:10 PM   #11
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The pods are 3000 microns. They seem fine and healthy. Try them yourself. They're made by reef nutrition.
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And they're in a 40 gallon
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fine and healthy and the size of the pods isn't what i'm talking about. i'm telling you that an average mandarin can eat a spoon full of pods in an hour.
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Well yea I knew that. Well mine don't seem to have a problem with it. But mine also eat emerald entree and live brine shrimp as well
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For the 1000 pods and shipping it cost me $53.00. Wouldn't want to pay that every few days. But it's funny, my dragonett wants nothing to do with them. I put in 500 of them, and my clown and six line went crazy for them. My little dragonet seemed afraid of them, and I had to feed him more brine shrimp. I just want the cute little guy to have enough to eat!
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Old 09-12-2011, 12:48 AM   #16
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Go to reefs2go.com next time for your pods. They get 1000 for 37.99 but right now it's buy one get one so u get 2k for 37.99. That might help get u started
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