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Re: Agassizii Yellow tail turns Orange-Red

In a message dated 4/11/2002 12:45:49 AM Eastern Daylight Time, apistowise@fgn.net writes:

I imagine that your Aggies will turn yellow again. Now
the question is: were your original Aggies truly red Aggies or only red color
enhanced Aggies? ;-)

Mike Wise

Thanks Mike for the answer....I think?<G>

  Yes, I do use a lot of bbs as well as black worms and decap and cyclop-eez and I also mix everything with a really premium blend of spurlina. The fish eat what they like. I do once in a while force them to clean up by skipping a feeding but, I have so many different things to feed. They really do eat better then I do. And just like kids they don't really like their veggies as much. I some times sneak the veggies in through the black worms. My black worms seem to love to eat the spurlina so after they've been washed and I put them in some nice clean RO water I put some ground up spurlina in and the worms go on a feeding frenzy. I figure now that I just got it into the worms and the fish gobble up the worms, they also get the spurlina too. Sounds too simple huh? I know some scientist is going to come along and say something like the black worm gets the benefit from the greens instead of the fish.
  Oh well just trying to keep it simple...
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