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Old 04-14-2008, 01:44 PM   #1
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pe mysis or brine shrimp?

which do you prefer?
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Mysis are more nutritional. Folks liken brine to popcorn or twinkies...You could soak them in Zoe, Selcon and garlic guard to add more nutrition.
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deng, then my fish are little snack fatties. they live off brine. pe mysis is not cheap!!
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You can soak in the supplements, that should help, remember, variety is good for our critter's health.
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How often are you feeding them? Go to 3 days and see if they take to the mysis. Once the start they will love it. And, it's much better for them.
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i just never tried mysis, i do bloodworms and brine shrimp..and some variety pack of frozen assortments.
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