When I first entered the hobby the mandarin goby at my local fish store immediately caught my eye. I was told that although it was a beautiful it was very difficult to keep. Being new to saltwater I figured I would just give it a shot. Luckily for me, my live rock was teaming with pods for this little guy to eat. Not only did he survive, he thrived. About a year later, I made a very expensive mistake... damn flame angle. It bullied most fish in my tank and caused 3 to jump, including my mandarin. Apparently, there is karma in the fish world. I bought a fish from a questionable shop that brought flukes with it. The flame angel was the first casualty. I treated the tank with prazi-pro and saved my clowns, but not without decimating the pods in the process. Now that I'm a lot older and a little wiser, I'd like to try again. I now have a new empty tank with plenty of hiding places, but no pods. Starting to wonder if I can seed my rock with a bottle or 2 of tiger pods? Maybe some other items from Reed Mariculture? Has anyone tried this method of pod seeding before? Any tips for success? Thanks!