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    Copepods

    Hello,

    I was hopeing somebody could help me out....

    I have a 25 gallon aquarium with about 30-40 lbs of live rock that has been set up for about 1.5 years. Ive had a mandarin goby for about 8 months now. It took very little time for the goby to destroy the pod population, but I have since gotten him to take to mysis shrimp soaked in garlic gaurd and he eats very well.

    I have also recently set up a large HOB fuge, and have sand, live rock and spegehti maco algae in it. I would like to restock my tank with more pods again now that I have a safe spot in the fuge for them to grow safely.

    Problem is, I dont know where I can get afew more to restart the population. Does anybody have afew to spare that they can throw into a jar and ship them to me. I would ofcourse have no problem paying for the shipping costs.

    Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
    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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    Hi Mark.

    I have tons of the little creatures in my refuge. I could send you some in the mail. I assume they'll survive.

    Send me a PM with your info.

    Patrick.
    Regards,
    Patrick.
    Ottawa (Orleans), Ontario
    Yahoo IM: pwallnfld

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    Senior Member cdn beaver's Avatar
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    Youve got mail.... :wave:
    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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