Marine or Reef Snow

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    Tang77 nomadic reefer

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    I'm sure they are very similar products, but does anyone use Marine Snow or Reef Snow? The other one I was reading about which is a bit more $$ is Microvore. I would imagine I need to have one of these as part of my corals diet...or no? I appreciate any advice given.
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    It depends on the corals. If you are keeping small-polyped filter feeders (SPS), then yes, they benefit from a food supplement like that. But if you have softies and LPS corals then you don't need to use it.
     
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    +1 biff. I use marine snow to feed my SPS
     
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    Definitely will have a few so that is good to know, thanks bifferwine. I have always liked valida acropora, very cool coral...Yea Dana I was leaning towards marine snow as well.
     
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    It works well just don't over dose. If you just have a few frags just do a lil
     
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    ok cool, sounds good
     
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