New Naso Tang

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  1. Dilan Patel

    Dilan Patel Valuable Member Build Thread Contributor

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    So I have had my new 3in naso tang for a week now. Ive watched him get thinner and thinner but he is eating. Not a lot but is eating. I feed multiple times a day and feed frozen everyday along with nori. he is always in the front and is not getting bullied anymore. does he still just need more time?
     
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    Can you add more nori? Mine is an absolute pig... if there is nori.... he will much.
     
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    I mean I put a full sheet a day! that seems a lot for only 4 tangs. The nori is split into two places to spread the fish out.
     
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    If you don't have any issues with excessive nutrients in your tank.... I would suggest adding more nori in. Overfeeding at this point may help your naso. I also would look into a medicated fish food. I have used Dr G's medicated fish eggs with one issue I had with some anthias. It worked. Perhaps the naso has some internal parasites.
     
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    maybe. thanks.
     
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