Re: NANFA-- Trinectes maculatus
Mon, 12 Nov 2001 15:46:39 EST

In a message dated 11/12/01 1:35:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

<< When a snail gets close they'll "pounce" on it, but they can't do anything
with it. They're probably just hungry but so far I haven't seen them take
frozen food. Thanks for the tips. What do you use for tank substrate?
I use builders sand, hog chokers seem to like sticking to the glass and other
smooth surfaces like smooth rocks also. They can hold onto a smooth rock or
glass under quite a swift current. My big ones will eat ghost shrimp and
small fish now. They seem to like to spend a lot of time piled on top of each
other as well.


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