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Old 07-11-2012, 08:37 PM   #61
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Try the pink spotted watchman. Mine was never much of a sifter. The bullet goby on the other hand is a messy messy fish!!
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Old 07-12-2012, 09:06 AM   #62
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Try the pink spotted watchman. Mine was never much of a sifter. The bullet goby on the other hand is a messy messy fish!!
I'm thinking maybe a pink spot, but I'd really like a sand sifter but I don't want anything that's gonna carry it up my rock stack and start dumping it everywhere. Think I maybe dreaming on that one though lol.
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Old 07-12-2012, 04:26 PM   #63
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I have a diatom bloom on the sand in my reef. I'm going to drip my pink spot in their to clean up. I don't feed as well in that tank, so he will sift if you don't feed enough. He just makes very little mess. The bullet in my 180 make it look like a blizzard. I am always blowing the sand from the rocks.

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Old 07-12-2012, 04:42 PM   #64
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I have a diatom bloom on the sand in my reef. I'm going to drip my pink spot in their to clean up. I don't feed as well in that tank, so he will sift if you don't feed enough. He just makes very little mess. The bullet in my 180 make it look like a blizzard. I am always blowing the sand from the rocks.

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So you think the pink spot should sift something, and won't be too messy about it?!
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Old 07-16-2012, 05:23 PM   #65
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Will a pink spot pair up with a pistol at all?
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Old 07-22-2012, 08:45 AM   #66
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Couple of update pictures of my new bits.
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My new pink scooter dragonet lovely markings and is getting on fine with my spotted Mandarin.


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My new little leather frag came attached to a tiny piece of rock so I used a little bit of putty and fixed to the tip of a bit of my branch rock, looks great only 4 quid as well!

Yesterday I came home of find my girlfriend had bought me a nice new present, some ultra metallic green star polyps, it's stunning, pics don't do it justice, it literally lights up under the blue leds.

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Still not quite decided on my wrasse yet any suggestions?
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Old 07-24-2012, 12:29 PM   #68
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male blue star wrasse
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Pair of German Blue Rams, Pair of Peacock Gobys, Venezuelan Corys, Long Finned Pepper Cory, Orange Neon Cory, Sterbai Corys, Albino Corys, Elegans Corys, Bronze Corys, Columbian Tetras, Cardinal Tetras, Rummy Nose Tetras, Marble Hatchets, Zebra Danios, Red Finned Zebra Danio, African Dwarf Frog and Darwin the Cream and Blue Betta
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Still undecided to be honest though I may not even get a wrasse until I do the living room build so I'm not limited on space
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