02-10-2008, 08:38 PM
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sure, I'm glad I could help. I also have a Pacific Blue Tang, and I have two false percula clowns and a single Midas Blenny (along with a collection of inverts/cleaners).
I feed them once every two days (at the direction of my LFS), and I only use a half of a cube of the frozen meaty seafood. The cubes are about the size of standard dice, and I just cut one of those in half, thaw it in a cup of the aquarium water, mash it up good after it's thawed, and drop it in the tank. I also have an algae clip attached to the side of my tank, where I keep bits of seaweed for the tang and blenny to graze on. Aside from that, they pick on algae growing around the tank.
Even though it seems a little mean (its really not though! :)), its better/more healthy to keep your fish constantly slightly hungry. You'll never encounter a big, fat, overweight fish in the wild. But, the fish will always try and beg for food when you approach the tank, so don't let them peer pressure you :)