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  1. #11

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    0 Not allowed!
    Just drain off the water they're packed in. I've been using them for years w/out any problems. My silver dollars, Synodontis catfish, cichlids, and occasionally even the botias eat them along with the plecos.

    ^^^Please click the eggs/dragons, thanks...^^^

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    3 Not allowed!
    Feed them fresh veggies indeed.
    Corys are 99% carnivorious so skip the algarwafers and get some shrimppellets or so (BNs like those too).

    The Corys might take a nip ofthe veggies but won't really eat those.



    My BN's going for the feeze dried brineshrimp (meand for the Corys hahaha)

    No Cory, No Glory !!

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