Hatch n Feeder

Discussion in 'Breeding Tropical Fish' started by k9BOLX, Sep 19, 2006.

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  1. k9BOLX

    k9BOLX Spaghetti Worm

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  3. Monacle

    Monacle Skunk Shrimp

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    I have one, but haven't tried it yet. Seems like a good idea. I think I'll give it a shot....
     
  4. Twz

    Twz Plankton

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    Yea I used one i never got a sucsesfull hatch from it (After a day i would wake up with it floating in the tank)
    you'll need to mod it so that it will stay in the suction cup holder
     
  5. reef_guru

    reef_guru Humpback Whale

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    2-liter bottles, plankton, lights works wonders
     
  6. mpedersen

    mpedersen Plankton

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    Hatch'n'feed is a 100% waste of time. I tried it to provide a constant source of small live food for my Fathead Anthias trio...it simply DID NOT WORK anywhere close to what you might be lead to believe it will do. Ditto Reef Guru's comments...