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Old 03-10-2013, 05:20 PM   #16
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Hobbes, thanks. That was much appreciated.

Does anybody know where to get a SMALL feeding dish?
MsNemoShrimp carries them. Check the current FS thread.
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Thanks, project. I'll look at the two sellers.
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Hobbess1911,

Thanks for the translation man. Really helped us out.
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Feeding time. (Dish from H4N)



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Old 03-10-2013, 07:16 PM   #20
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i just use one of those clear plastic tubes you can find at home depot. No need for fancy since it's just a tool
Thanks for this note. I love Home Depot! I'll get a clear tube from there next time I visit
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I think the tube is a florescent bulb protector.
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It's possible. I used it a while ago to build a sponge filter and it was a left-over part. I have used it as a feeding tool ever since.
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