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Help Picasso Trigger

Discussion in 'Fish Diet and Feeding' started by Jimmy Ward, Jan 21, 2018.

  1. Jimmy Ward

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    hi got a my Picasso trigger few days ago but doesn't seem to be eating much he seems to go for it them swim past it as tho he is bling tried him on brine shrimp/ krill and now sea weed sheets no joy can anyone help he swims around tank and sits in his cave and comes to top of tank when i feed it but doesn't graze just misses it can anyone help 20180116_195259.jpg

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  2. 372xp

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    What was he eating in the shop?
     
  3. Jimmy Ward

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    Was thinking that I'm gonna ring urmstern aquatics tommorow and ask them c what they say

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  4. doug_amanda

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    I would, it's always best to see a fish eating before you buy it,
    You could try chopping up a small prawn (defrosted) and trying him with that, don't put too much in though, it's not ideal having dead prawns rotting in your tank, or maybe try a small piece of lance fish.
     
  5. Jimmy Ward

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    Thanks will do

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