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Old 02-14-2012, 09:06 PM   #1
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Fox face rabbit fish

BEst way to feed a Fox Face? Pellets seem to be eaten by my Clown and Pink Tail trigger before he can get to them
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Put more food in the tank that way the other fish miss some and maybe the fox fish can eat.
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Have you tried mysis or seaweed sheets ?
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Can I use an Algae clip like that used for Tangs?
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