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Old 01/11/2007, 12:41 PM
swegyptian swegyptian is offline
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What should I feed my corals?

Hello,

I have a handful of softies and shrooms in my tank. They all seem to be doing just fine, growing and/or multiplying. I have never specifically fed my corals, shrooms, or GSP. I have a toadstool, some finger leathers, a colt, and lots of different shrooms.

Again they are all doing fine, but I wouldn't mind seeing some more growth. How should I go about feeding these guys? Not only what food, but how should I do it (ie pumps off, target feeding, etc.)

Thanks in advance,
Alex
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Old 01/12/2007, 12:00 AM
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i do phyto
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Old 01/12/2007, 12:07 AM
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1. Phytoplankton, which is microscopic marine algae
2. Zooplankton, which consists of microscopic and very small crustacenas
3. Marine snow, which is a mixture of microscopic bio-sedimentation, zooplankton, and phytoplankton
4. Live foods, such as crushed mysis shrimp

Check out www.fishstart.com/?q=coral+foods for more research
 

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