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  1. RiversGirl
    Thanks Lee -- Hikari Algae Wafers went on my list.

    Mona, I'm glad to know yours mostly like to eat at mid level. Most of mine will eat pretty much in all levels, but there are several that really seem to prefer to wait until food sinks down to mid level. I sometimes worry about them getting enough food. The vast majority of the food I feed gets eaten before it has a chance to sink.
  2. steeler58
    They will enjoy the wafers.
  3. SeaLady
    I agree about the Hikari Algae wafers. Almost everyone in the tank will nibble them. Its funny watching the rummys and the neons jostling for position over the wafers..
  4. steeler58
    I'm just happy you guys are enjoying this great little fish ;-)
  5. RiversGirl
    Lee, you sure were right: they love these Hikari wafers.
    It is actually really funny to watch the tank when I drop one in. They can smell it, right off and go nuts.
  6. steeler58
    They do seem to enjoy the scent of garlic :)
  7. RiversGirl
    Do these Hikari Algae Wafers dissolve without being eaten? I'm curious because mine seemed to have disappeared but I missed seeing anyone eat it. Not that I was able to stay right there the entire time, so they certainly could have... but I dropped it right in front of the open area, it landed really near the glass. I'm just curious if these dissolve on their own.
  8. steeler58
    They are manufactured to fall apart after awile.
  9. RiversGirl
    OK thank you.
    The rummy are fun to watch with these. They seem to smell -- but not exactly see -- the wafers, or something. They swarm all about, looking for it. Then one will find it, take a bite -- which lifts it up off the substrate -- so they all go nuts trying to get a bite too. Then of course it will settle onto the substrate again, and they all lose track of where it went. Too funny! Does this sort of thing happen in other member's tanks too?
  10. steeler58
    The Rosy tetra's usualy try and hog the wafers so I spread them around the tank so the Corys get a chance at them ;-)
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