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    Recycling chaeto?

    I was wondering what your thoughts are on "recycling" chaeto? I have always thrown my chaeto in the trash or given it away, but recently I've been recycling it. The reason that I decided to do this was because I couldn't bring myself to throwing out pods anymore. My chaeto is always LOADED with pods, so I thought, what the heck, if I throw it in my DT I am not only introducing tons of pods bit I am also feeding my tangs. I have read that tangs won't touch the stuff, but mine go through a good sized chunk every few days. Not to mention that the second I throw it in my DT my wrasses and mandarins go nuts picking through it for fresh pods.

    So my question is, can any of you think of a reason not to do this?

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    Nope. I do the same thing

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    Do you do it for the same reasons, or for other reasons? It just makes sense to me.

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    I love how we cant sleep so we just set up thinking about fish and our tanks. Thanks Iraq!

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    I do the same thing bro. same reasons

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    Sweet! A mandarins gotta eat, right.....and pipe fish.....and wrasses
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    [QUOTE=codeman01 Thanks Iraq![/QUOTE]

    Funny. I have never said that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codeman01 View Post
    Sweet! A mandarins gotta eat, right.....and pipe fish.....and wrasses
    screw the fish. get rid of them. buy one black tang. stuff the tank with corals. repent later

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    Quote Originally Posted by static reef View Post
    screw the fish. get rid of them. buy one black tang. stuff the tank with corals. repent later
    Black tang huh? I remember the last guy who asked for one and then backed out on it lol

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    If I spend over $50 on a fish it will be dead for sure. Murphy's Law screws me EVERY time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by codeman01 View Post
    If I spend over $50 on a fish it will be dead for sure. Murphy's Law screws me EVERY time.
    lol its the cheap ones that screw me over man. Stupid clarki clown fish bites me every time.

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    I could breed clarki's in my toilet
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    Freshwater crappies are really easy to breed in the toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    Freshwater crappies are really easy to breed in the toilet.
    I have so many each day that I just end up flushing them.
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