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Old 04-22-2014, 12:30 AM   #11
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Just nuke it with aiptasia-x and be done with it. Don't add livestock to solve an issue it might not be interested in anyway.
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Just nuke it with aiptasia-x and be done with it. Don't add livestock to solve an issue it might not be interested in anyway.

I actually already wanted shrimp, so I'm just going to see if I can kill two birds with one stone. If not, no real loss
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I've had better luck with feeder shrimps eating aiptasia than with peppermint shrimps and there cheaper
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I've had better luck with feeder shrimps eating aiptasia than with peppermint shrimps and there cheaper

How much do the feeder shrimp cost for you? Peppermints?
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How much do the feeder shrimp cost for you? Peppermints?
about 40. cents apiece for feeders ,
peppermints about 5.99 each depending where you get them
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about 40. cents apiece for feeders ,
peppermints about 5.99 each depending where you get them

I have about 15 cents apiece for the feeders and 3 dollars apiece for the peppermints
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those most likely are the fw glass shrimp your looking at
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those most likely are the fw glass shrimp your looking at

Yea probably. I've never even heard of the saltwater kind so I'm confused 😁
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Any tips please? It's currently 20 ppm and I want to lower it.
How much live rock do you have? A good skimmer will help......
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How much live rock do you have? A good skimmer will help......

I have 51 lbs of live rock and 60 lbs of sand. And yes, I'm looking some good skimmers.
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