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    bigbill - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    i have been thinking of feeding my acans a few pellets of new life spectrum thera + a reg to see what it will do if anything. figuare i would post it up hope it wont kill them there 1mm size
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    Yep- sure can feed them pellets!

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    I feed Fauna Marin Ultra LPS pellets - All of my LPS and soft corals respond instantly to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalmSeasQuest View Post
    I feed Fauna Marin Ultra LPS pellets - All of my LPS and soft corals respond instantly to it.
    How big are they?

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    I have had my acans eat thera + a before. No problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate_newton View Post
    How big are they?
    Just guessing - ~2 mm

    I like them over fish pellets as they are softer and trigger an immediate feeding response in virtually everything. They also stick to tentacles (i.e. Duncans, Torchs, Rics...) The only downside is they are expensive.
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    Where can they be found?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MizTanks View Post
    Where can they be found?
    I bought from Cherry Corals - About a year ago, Todd put up a couple videos showing a Scoly and Acan devouring them - Here's a video showing the feeding response - It's almost instant...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flynnstone View Post
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