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I don't feed, and I have a crap load.

Do you have a lot of fish that prefer in their diet, or is it more of a mature tank thing? I love we talk about all the different experiences- it’s really helping me!
 

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Imo if you have a pod eaters like a mandarin, I'd add them regularly.

Agreed. Need to replenish for pod feeders. But for now they are helping create a good biome for your tank and help eat the uglies.
 

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Do you have a lot of fish that prefer in their diet, or is it more of a mature tank thing? I love we talk about all the different experiences- it’s really helping me!
My tanks are both old, but I did supplement regularly when I had delicate pod eaters just to insure the supply kept up with demand. I have fed phyto, but never as much as recommended. I was cautioned early on that it can cause an algae bloom.
 

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"HEY JOE"
Love sayin that... ;)
here is the new pup ,Timber...:)
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fits rt in...
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so cute!
 

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This torch and 2 of these anemones
I don’t know anything about nems or their prices. The Torch might be a dragon soul or a NY Nicks I think it’s a good price.
 

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So it seems I missed the whole Conch party! I’ll go do some reading to better understand, but are there different kinds that you guys prefer and if so, why?
I have two tiger conch’s. Thought one was gone after not seeing it for four weeks. The second I added the new one the original came flying out of the sand. They kinda cruise around together. Here is one waving hi.
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I have two tiger conch’s. Thought one was gone after not seeing it for four weeks. The second I added the new one the original came flying out of the sand. They kinda cruise around together. Here is one waving hi.
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That's something I'd like in the new tank
 

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Are pods something I need to add every now and then or if I add them once el they keep multiplying as long as I feed them?
Probably not but I do add them 3-4 times a year.
 

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That's something I'd like in the new tank
They kinda look like aliens and aren’t graceful when moving along the sand but, man do they keep the sand bed and turned over.
 

Fusion in reefing: How do you feel about grafted corals?

  • I strongly prefer grafted corals and I seek them out to put in my tank.

    Votes: 6 4.5%
  • I find grafted corals appealing and would be open to having them in my tank.

    Votes: 70 52.2%
  • I am indifferent about grafted corals and am not enthusiastic about having them in my tank.

    Votes: 45 33.6%
  • I have reservations about grafted corals and would generally avoid having them in my tank.

    Votes: 10 7.5%
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    Votes: 3 2.2%
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