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    Although YT maybe eating/picking/grazing, I would not leave nori in the tank overnight. I rather rub small piece of non-roasted (roasting breaks down natural and necessary vitamins) Nori from Asian market between two fingers. Little at a time thus YT will eat most before bits of nori fall to bottom. This way you can even hand feed them as I done with most fish I kept.
    Believe me , it is not your camera, it is bit thin. I would hand feed Nori three times a day, even more if needed, until fatten up (no visible ribcage).

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    Cerianthus, thanks for the info. I’m actually heading over to the Asian Market tomorrow and will see if I can find non-roasted. I originally picked up roasted because that is what a local club member suggested I buy. Now I guess I’ll need to learn how to make sushi with all this roasted nori I have.



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    Picked up the ONLY non-roasted algae my Asian Market had today….Seoul Dried Seaweed. They had maybe 15 – 20 other roasted algae products there, but only one non-roasted. Put a Ό sheet in the tank as soon as I got home and it was gone within 10 minutes.



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    An update on the Mohawk tang…here are the original photo, month and a half later, and about four months later. Growing a little slower than expected, but can’t complain.


    INITIAL



    1 ½ MONTHS



    4 MONTHS



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    After five months it’s almost fully grown back:




    But I’m a sucker for damaged fish and just picked up a clown with its dorsal fin chewed up. It was in a 29 gallon tank with a male clown, coral banded shrimp, and two small crabs. I’ve got to believe the male clown was chomping on her fin. I wonder if this is a mating thing? The male is now in the naughty tank while this female is in my DT with a bunch of other fish.





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    A forum member asked for a picture of the tang. Here is that tang, picture taken today (November 5, 2010), nine months later.




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    Looking Good! Two thumbs Up!

    Amazing what fish can reward us when proper conditions are provided along with tlc!!!



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    Excellent work
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    who got me ferret in thur box ??



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    something has been nippin a that fin..tank mates?



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