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  1. #1

    Default cauliflower is not just for BN

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    cauliflower by j_wijnands, on Flickr

    The green neons love it too. They were picking at it with little success untill my biggest BN charged in and started stuffing his face. When it comes to cauliflower and broccoli he eats like a pig. The neons pick whatever flies around.

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    Great looking BN! What type of shrimp are on the cauliflower? They're sure not afraid of the BN.

    I will try cauliflower - my 2 BNs are addicted to broccoli. They demolish it! I got my 1st BN on 2/10 and the 2nd on 2/24, each being about 1 3/4 inches tip of nose to end of tail (BN2 might have been just a smidge shorter). BN1 cleared out the algae within 10 days and there hasn't been any visible since. They are eating machines!

    I measured them this morning - BN1 is 2 3/4 inches and BN2 is 2 1/2 inches!!! They have really grown like crazy. They love their algae wafers and shelled peas, but the broccoli is their favorite.
    Last edited by gronlaura; 03-28-2013 at 10:24 PM.
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