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Hi guys I was hoping someone could help me. I have a 45 gallon aquarium with a Spotted Yellow Wrasse and a Coral Banded Shrimp as well as numerous corals. I've had these for about a month now and was feeding fish pellets and frozen coral food but when I started to have algae problems I quit feeding the frozen coral food and reduced the pellets to one feeding every two days. For the last couple weeks I've noticed that the shrimp is coming out much more during the day than he ever has and also noticed that when ever I have a feeding the wrasse darts around and eats all the pellets before the shrimp has any chance of getting food. Should I be worried about this? Is there a way to feed the shrimp without the fish eating all the food?
Don't worry. The shrimp will eat.
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