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Cheato in the DT to feed a mandarin goby?


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    Default Cheato in the DT to feed a mandarin goby?

    I'm wondering if the cheato will survive in the DT? Also will the pods gravitate towards the cheato more so then the LR?

    I'm trying to hook Dilly up a little natural feeding station. I've taken a clump of cheato, along with a nice size piece of LR out of my fuge and have added them to a back corner of the tank. This seems to be Dilly's favorite hanging out area.
    I've got some new pods coming and plan on introducing them into the cheato/rock feeding station I'll also be adding some to the fuge.
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    What is a Dilly?

    Chaeto should be fine in the display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    What is a Dilly?

    Chaeto should be fine in the display.
    Show's how many of my posts you be reading~ugh! Dilly is a Target Mandarin If you were to read the ever popular thread, Keeping Mandarin's, you would know this
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    I actually knew that...but wanted to get a keyword in your thread.

    (I also moved thread to marine fish & changed title.)

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    It should be fine just keep it trimmed and in a corner so it dosn't drown out light for the tank.
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    She's actually digging the new rock/cheato!! So I'm just gonna leave it, but I am done arranging things for her. She's also pretty feisty. Doesn't spook at all
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