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02-28-2013, 07:32 PM
Leave the shrimp in there long enough with no other food offerings and the gsp will soon find the shrimp tatsy if not especially nutritious. there is almost zero nutritional value to a ghost shrimp...
02-28-2013, 07:27 PM
The best way to gather info on any fish sp is to ask someone who has actually kept that species in a successfull way. Ignore the hand me down info the web has become glutted with.
Params are spot on with 10 to 20 trate reading. And when I say heavy fish load I mean it.filtration is 1 xp2 with 1 basket totally devoted to biomedia and the other sponges. All plants are water...
Thanks for the advice but I have experiance with cherubs and know they aren't especially aggressive. The dottback is a new fish to me and may or may not stay in the 20 as he can go in the 150 that's...
My planted tank never gets a gravel vac and water changes are done 50% once a months even with a big fish load.
Last week I picked up the above stated fish for my empty 20 gal. The tank is well established with about 20 lbs of good pukani lr and a crushed coral fine sand mix sb. The 2 have been getting along...
Well thank you all for the welcome for sure! Sorry I didn't pop back in sooner but I have been setting up my new 150 gallon reef tank. The reef itself is simple enough to do but I wish to incorporate...
I'm new here but not new to fishkeeping. I keep fowler,reef and planted tanks and look forward to see whatsup round here!