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Thread: What I won last night
04-17-2013, 11:24 AM #1
What I won last night
Went to our monthly fish club meeting and each time they have a table of small prizes you can buy raffle tickets for, well I bought 5 tickets (figured eh a $5 donation isn't too bad)
There were probably 30 prizes, including 10 wine glass with the club logo i really didn't want. But when they started calling off winning #s I ended up winning 4 times lol
Heres the haul:
2oz Spirulina 20 fish food
A bottle of Nite-Out II
And a container of AZOO Fluorescent Fish Pellet (have no idea what I'll do with this)
A wine glass that I let a guy at my table have
Has anyone ever used any of these?
04-17-2013, 11:49 AM #2
Quite a lot of fish like spirulina. Your ottos and cories will love it but the platies and the barbs will also be interested.
Nite-out seems to be a marine product? http://www.microbelift.com/products/...s/nite-out-ii/
The pellets fail to impress me a bit. What on earth is PSB? Photosyntetic bacteria? What do they add to the food?
04-17-2013, 11:52 AM #3
Yea I plan to use the night out in event of a mini cycle or something. I don't think I would use it to start a cycle. But I've seen that some people use it in addition to fishless / fish in cycling.
And the pellets will probably get sold, thought I may try them with the new briggittae b/c of how small the pellets are (like dust)
04-17-2013, 02:37 PM #4
04-17-2013, 02:46 PM #5
Never heard of that fluorescent fish pellet, looked it up on google seems it is made for fluorescent fish. Can feed it to other fish.
The spirulina food is alright, many fish will eat it.
The wine glass well, I've used those before.
If all else fails, shrimp will eat anything. Though if you end up with mutant fluorescent glowing shrimp, I call dibs.
04-17-2013, 02:51 PM #6
That would be great, I figured I'd try it in shrimp tank with the new fish coming today or tomorrow. And yes the money will go back into it, but its great, I'll end up with like $50 in sales tonight, which pays for all my ferts for the year, and the new fish I got earlier in the week. All off plants and shrimp that I have about $20 invested into