Baby Anthias

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  1. Storm

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    Hello, I have a baby anthias (2cm long). Does anybody have experience on how to feed these little wonders? I know his been eating copods. As for flakes he doesant seem interested. Could Norri maby work? suggestions please.
     
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    artemia is your best bet
     
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    I take it you mean "Brine Shrimp". If so then sadly i have no access to these guyz, i dont even know where to get. :/
     
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    yes thats it.
    go to your LFS and get the frozen blocks of Artemia.works well
     
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    Krill or Mysis will be more nutritional.
     
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    Ok I thought u meant live ones. if u meen the frozen blocks, I got those in the fridge I had for my lion fish. But those things just dissolve and fall to the floor, creating a big mess...
     
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    My Anthias go wild for the frozen food, basically defrost mix with Cyclopeeze, Coral frenzy and Zoplan = feeding frenzy
     
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    yes thats the one.dont over feed as you might suffer from nitrate and phosphate problems then
     
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    Did you manage to get your little fish eating? You need to sort this out as soon as possible as anthias need to be fed at least 3 times a day, small portions though.
     

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