RE: NANFA-- stoneroller diet?

Crail, Todd (
Fri, 27 Dec 2002 14:15:12 -0500

YAY! The stonerollers are eating the brown plague. They're especially
particular to loose floating pieces. I can turn it into fish fat woo hoo!
They also "tried" the fd brine on the first feeding. :)

Now to see if they'll eat the black brush algae, since they're waaaay cooler
looking that Siamese Algae Eaters :)

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Tuesday, December 24, 2002 10:21 PM
Subject: Re: NANFA-- stoneroller diet?

most folks have expressed what i have experienced as well. they are a tough
and durable fish in nature and in our tanks. they survive where others
they will eat dang near anything and are always eager when i approach or pass
a tank.
kind of an odd observation: in my cement pond i have several stonys who are
prospering. f
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