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Old 03-22-2014, 04:36 PM   #1
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Copepods

Going to add copepods this today my question is how to care for them and how to stop the fish I don't want eating them from eating them thanks
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Add them in with the lights off or at night, that way less fish will be inclined to eat them up right away.

There really is no way to stop fish from eating them if they want to, unless you have them in a refugium or something which can protect them a bit.
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Yeah, a refugium for them to grow and breed in is the best way to go. They won't last long in the DT.
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