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    Senior Member cdn beaver's Avatar
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    Cyclop-eeze

    Was just curoius how many people use it, and how often and how much they feed to the tank.

    I currently apply a small pinch approx. twice a week, and Im wondering if i could feed more often or in slightly larger doses. My tank setup is in my signature.

    Thanks.
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    Mark

    Setup:
    27 Gallon Saltwater tank, 110W PC Light, Seaclone 100, 5 gallon HOB Fuge,Approx. 30lbs Live rock, Aragamax sand substrate.
    Livestock:
    Tomato clown, Mandarin dragonnet, Bicolor Angel, Assorted hermits and snails, Cleaner Shrimp.
    Corals:
    Assorted mushrooms, Zoanthids, Finger Leather.

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    I feed cyclopeeze to my tank twice a day. I use very small pinches though. I haven't noticed any ill effects and my fish LOVE IT! Candy cane likes it too

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    I feed my tank twice a week.

    Very small pinch.

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    My candy cane coral have their feeding tentacles fully extended about an hour after the lights go out. A pinch of Cyclopeze at that time does wonders. I also feed them directly with long tweezers and bits of frozen mysis shrimp from time to time. Fun to watch the cleaner shrimp fighting for the scraps.

    Ron

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    Awsome stuff.

    IMO, the freeze dried is the best. I could probably exclusively feed my entire tank with only the freeze dried.

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    Funny thing......my fish don't like it! I tried it on my 50 gal tank a few times and there not fussy! I do use it for my 5gal Nano though......My new pipefish loves the stuff!!!! As does my Worm Eel.
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    all my fish love it! a pinch a day..

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    My Anthias (not to mention all of my fish) LOVE the stuff. I feed it everyday- sometimes twice. One of the best foods around, imo especially for colouration- reds, oranges, yellows in particular.
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    there is frozen, freeze dried, and wafers (flakes).
    which are you refering to?
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    The type I have is the Whole Freeze Dreid variety.

    Thanks for all your responses
    Cheers,
    Mark

    Setup:
    27 Gallon Saltwater tank, 110W PC Light, Seaclone 100, 5 gallon HOB Fuge,Approx. 30lbs Live rock, Aragamax sand substrate.
    Livestock:
    Tomato clown, Mandarin dragonnet, Bicolor Angel, Assorted hermits and snails, Cleaner Shrimp.
    Corals:
    Assorted mushrooms, Zoanthids, Finger Leather.

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