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  1. Question feeding new clown killies

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    So yesterday I picked up 3 little clown killies, a little less than 3/4" in length, from my LFS($3 a piece!!! ) for my 8g planted tank. They look pretty happy from what i can see, but I can't get them to eat. I tried flakes and a frozen bloodworms. my pH is 7.2 and ammonia/nitrates 0. Today I am going out to buy maybe freeze dried bloodworms and frozen daphnia or something. Does anyone know what their favorite food is?

    thanks for your help!!
    fish are friends, not food

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    I would try wing less fruitflies or daphnia.

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    thanks! they are really pretty I'll try to get pics up soon.
    fish are friends, not food

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    I GOT THEM TO EAT WOOOT WOOT dried daphnia and bloodworm. they scarfed it up :)
    fish are friends, not food

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishmasterflash
    I GOT THEM TO EAT WOOOT WOOT dried daphnia and bloodworm. they scarfed it up :)
    Congrats! Pics!!!
    Gar connaisseur

    Predatory Tank:
    20" Tropical Gar, 18" Florida Gar, 20" Longnose Gar,
    17" Ornate Bichir, 25" Silver Arowana, 16" Bowfin, 15" Giant Gourami

    16" Male Dovii

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    congrats post pics
    3 tanks a 200 ltr 4 head and tail lights,10 assorted platys, 3 black swordtails, tuxedo swordtail, mystus catfish a raphael catfish,pictus,sunset catfish 2 clown loaches 1 xclown plec,gibbicep,2 Congo tetras,2 albino algae eaters,1 panda corydoras,1 Pakistani loach,3 cory,s a peppered a albino sterbae and a agazzizi,1 skunk botia,2bumbble bee gobies and 2 silver angel 1 zebra angel,3 red banded rainbows,2 cockatoo dwarf chiclids,3 diamond tetras

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