Brightwell Aquatics Zooplankton-M!

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    RyanG ^*Eternal Dumbass*^

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    Yote I cant thank you enough for my Secret Santa gift! My corals have never been anywhere this responsive to any spot feeding, my Duncans pooed out the mysis that they had taken in previously so they could ball up tighter around this stuff. My hammer and frogspawn loved it too. The SPS seemed to love the spotfeeding. And my favorite Candy Canes did this:

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    Anyone that is looking to spot feed their corals and make them extremely happy should seriously look into Zooplankton-M!
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    I knew you'd like that stuff Bro.:D
    And I'll swear by Brightwell products.Matter of fact,thats all I use any more.From Buffer and calcium to zooplankton.
     
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    HeavyHittah LivingReefs is like home

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    i dont know what kind of camera you're using, but i just wanted to give you props on that shot!
     
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    Yeah.Right there is your POTM.
     
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    ryan, i hope all this feeding gets them to grow faster because im still waiting on my frag of those candy canes:mrgreen:
     
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    RyanG ^*Eternal Dumbass*^

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    I posted it there before I made this thread!:mrgreen:

    Heavy the camera is an old Kodak Easyshare DX4530 point and shoot. I have been working with it a ton over the last few days trying to get decent shots. Some come out good others still look like dirt. I think the problem is the idiot behind the camera. Thank you though.
     
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