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Old 10-03-2010, 10:57 PM   #11
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i have a green mandarin and mine like to eat rotifurs and ova so that is what i feed mine give it a try
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Ziggy, the OP has a mandarin in a 10g with 2 clowns and a yellow tang!!!!!
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I was focusing on the fish it's self. I was avoiding the obvious...

None of those fish should be in the tank they are in.
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Right, but we have a moral oblication to point that out. How else are they to know?
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So my Target Mandarin seems like it did eat Tigger Pods.

One problem, when it was in 10gallon, other fish ate Tigger Pods.
Is there any way I can make sure my Target Mandarin eat them?
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Get a 55g tank so there is room for the pods to hide and your Mandarin will search the tank over for them. In a 10g I would say that a pair of clowns is more then enough. If you want more "life" in the tank I would suggest getting hermits and snails. The only way to make sure your Mandarin can eat them is either to have enough space or to over feed your tank... (that could kill your other fish) Personally I would say get a bigger tank or bring back the fish.
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