keeping pods alive in a fishless tank

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  1. ziyaadb

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    Saw a pod in my DSB. the tank will not have fish for at least another month. is it a good idea to put a flake or granule of food in the DSB so that the pods can have something to eat as i want a huge population once i start with the fish and corals?
     
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    Yip, but remember small amounts, don't want to get your bristle worm population to get out of hand.

    The pods will love you for it. You will even see them "attack" the flakes
     
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    cool stuff man will do
     
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    Wow thats nice to know that you can feed pods
     
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