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  7. Hey WAMAS, So this past weekend I was fortunate enough to get one of the Green/Blue Mandarins from Quantum Reefs that they just got in. It seems to be doing just fine in my tank at the moment but am worried that there might not be a sufficient amount of copepods in the tank because it is in my newer set-up. I noticed that my 14G biocube I just shutdown seems to be thriving with copepods at the moment as I can see them all over the glass even with the lights on. (I have my biocube just up and running with nothing in it except live sand and rock, maybe thinking of selling at the moment) Steve from QR told me that I could just go to a grocery store and grab a sponge to throw in a tank for the copepods to move to and thrive in to hopefully reproduce, and after a few days I could simply throw the sponge in the other tank, and they would move out of the sponge and into the water for the mandarin to eat. However, I went to 7-11 that immediate day to buy a sponge and when I bought the sponge and took it out, I noticed it felt moist and looked at the contents of the sponge on the wrapping and there it said in all caps and in bold, "NOT FOR AQUARIUM USE". Apparently after some research, there are many people out there who have made this mistake and put in a random kitchen sponge to just kill their entire tank. Does anyone have any ideas that have worked of transferring copepods in a biological media suitable for them? I could always buy Tisbe biminiensis from AlagGen but why when I have my own in a tank that are perfectly fine. I was thinking of cutting off a piece of white sponge filter from my biocube tank and placing it in there as a media for the copepods to live and eventually be transferred. Will that work? And I noticed some aipaptasia as well in the 14G now, will that somehow be able to transfer if I do find a suitable media for them? HELP ME! I do not want to go home one day to a dead mandarin due to lack of food because I absolutely love this fish.
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