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Old 12-09-2014, 10:01 PM   #1
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Dragonets :)

I have a healthy fat green mandarin and a red ruby dragonet just thought I'd show them off a bit they both eat frozen brine an mysis shrimp as well as the bottle of coepods I give them every other week ^_^
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Sounds like they're happy!


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They're beautiful!
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Coolest fish ever!!!

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Yes there is a yellow tang in with the mandarin and since I'm getting negative feed back an that being in a nano if just like to clear the fact that I housed the yellow in my 24 gallon nano for about a month before I have him a new home in a 175 gallon tank.
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Tried getting pictures of them eating frozen food but practically impossible due to the fact that they have tons of caves to hide out in.
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