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Postby Mick e. t. » 2006-01-21 19:27

Feed your plec at night. Glad to hear the fish are alright.
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Postby tankgirl » 2006-01-21 19:33

yeah, tried that. sumtines i switch off all the lights and play PS2 and when i go to bed the buggers are still poaching his pellets... i used to feed my pleco in SA these nice big pellets but i cant find them over here
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Postby Indigo Blue Fish » 2006-01-21 19:45

Lol - try hiding them for him - or distract with other foods at the same time
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Postby KittyKat » 2006-01-21 19:45

sorry for my mistake!

glad to hear they're alright. a buffer substrate should prevent pH from swinging either way, thus keeping it more or less constant.
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