Frogspawn food!

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  1. phoenixhieghts

    phoenixhieghts Panda Puffer

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    Just wondering. When i feed my duncans some krill, how much of a benefit would it be to feed my frogspawn some too?
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  3. amcarrig

    amcarrig Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Certainly couldn't hurt. Just make sure that the piece that you feed is only as big as the coral's mouth. Also, I wouldn't feed it but once every few weeks or so.
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  4. wildreef

    wildreef Stylophora

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    It is benficial to feed frogspawn from time to time.
    My torch coral is is of the same family, I feed it *cyclop-ezze*
    ( think thats how ya spell it i'm at work )
    it's a powder form i mix in the water , a couple pinches and thats it.
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  5. phoenixhieghts

    phoenixhieghts Panda Puffer

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    thanks guys - I have heard alot about cyclopeeze, tho i have never used it. But I'll give it a small peice of krill later when i feed duncan!
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    Iraf Snowflake Eel

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    I feed mine once every 2 weeks, feed the BTA weekly.
    I just use diced krill, it likes it, it'll spit out whatever it doesnt want sometimes, it barely eats any at all
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    Tangster 3reef Sponsor

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    Get some little frozen shrimp at the grocery some call them salad shrimp and popcorn shrimps let on thaw and then shove to the head of a branch then let the coral crab it they will do the rest then just keep the rest frozen until it needs to be fed again about once a month is sufficient.

    To keep it really colored up look for some codliver oil to soak the shrimp in a hr or so before feeding time.
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