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    Posted: March 10 2011 at 7:01pm
So I got a Duncan from a friend of mine last night, I know placing it towards the bottom with moderate flow will be good but what do I feed it? Meaty foods? Phyto Pheast? Oyster feast?
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I used to feed mine mysis shrimp and they grew like crazy
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Well it's good that I have a butt load of that in my freezer then! Thanks for letting me know.Wink

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+1 to what Tyler said. Moderate flow, and moderate to low lighting with feedings once or twice a week and you'll be golden.
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We also feed it mysis. We also feed our tanks GP diet from BSD and they seriously look like twice the size heads since we started that. Nice a poofy :).
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Pam what is GP diet and what is BSD? 
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It is from Brine Shrimp Direct. It come  in a powder form.. it seriously is amazing! It makes all our coral look amazing.
 It's GP reef diet. We feed twice a week in our 110 and we only use not even a half teaspoon of it. I would highly recommend.
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I got some of that yesterday and put some in my tank last night. all the coral opened up so much it was really neat. They love that stuff.
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You really dont need to feed a duncan, they are photosynthetic and dont require the feeding but if you like them to grow fast it sure speeds up the growth.

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