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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by h2so4hurts, Oct 12, 2008.

  1. h2so4hurts

    h2so4hurts Inactive User

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    Haha, I know this is probably pretty yawn for all of you, but I found copepods all over my sump today while I was cleaning!!  I thought they were just specs of dust and then they were all moving around.  I then looked in the main tank and they're all over the sand and in the sand bed.  I guess that's why I haven't seen much of my sea star, he's been fattening up! 
    Anyone think it'd be too early to get a Mandarin Goby? I'm pretty much in love with that fish and I know they need a lot of copepods to survive.  Tank params are all normal, nitrates are 10, and the tank (120g) is 5 months old now with 160lbs of LR

  2. REEFer Madness

    REEFer Madness Inactive User

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    With a tank that big you can easily have a mandarin.  But they say to make sure you tank has been set up for a year.  Also, you may find one like B-Rad's which is willing to feed on brine shrimp to help you out some.

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