Copperband Butterfly

Discussion in 'Reef Fishes' started by Doc, Apr 15, 2008.

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    RyanG ^*Eternal Dumbass*^

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    Oscarsdad! You got your name changed! Good for you! Sorry about the copperband
     
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    Sorry to hear about your loss, oscarsdad. How long did it live? What were you feeding it?
     
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    I feed my tank about five kinds of food mixed up. The eating wasn't the problem. I talked to my wife about it and she opened the windows in the living room this morning when the temp was still under 60 f-----g degrees out. I just noticed my 6 line of 5 years is MIA. I had that fish since the beginning. What are you going to do though right? I would have probably killed them next weekend when I switch to my new 120. New to me anyways.
     
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    My CCB is 4 months old and waits at the end of my tank to eat. I swear she wags her tail when she sees me picking up my rock filled with minced clam in the holes. Once in a while I will open a muscle clam And lay it on the bottom and she goes to town. The only down fall of feeding her that way is; I have to keep my Scopas Tang and my Lawnmower Blenny at bay while she eats. I let my 6 line wrasse and yellow wrasse eat with her.
     
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