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Old 08-14-2011, 10:45 PM   #31
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Yeah, and they look AWESOME! Lol
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Old 08-14-2011, 10:45 PM   #32
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CB's can deff. Do that haha. And I say anthias haha:P
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Old 08-15-2011, 08:36 AM   #33
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I am deeply saddened by Carey's choice to passup the volitan.he's really not aggressive at all and can even be in with reef plus ya gotta love when he fans out to showoff
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Old 08-15-2011, 09:59 AM   #34
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Dont get the diamond goby if you dont want jumpers. I know someone who had 1 for a week then it jumped. You could possibly do another smaller tang. If you like them.
More of a case by case.. I have a diamond and an open setup never had an issue with it even getting close.. always stay at the bottom..
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Old 08-15-2011, 10:14 AM   #35
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My pink watchman only get to about half tank height at most and thats when I feed them. lol

So I think the diamond goby is a for sure. And the midas blenny, I dont see the lawnmower going after such a different looking fish.

That will cover my perchers and bottom fish. woohoo I was thisclose to buying a starry blenny the other day but he looked too much like my current blenny so I passed. Also getting a pair of coral banded.

Now to finally decide on the "swimming" fish. My tank looks so empty with just the yellow tang swimming around as the clowns stay pretty much in the top corner of the the tank. lol
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Old 08-15-2011, 10:52 AM   #36
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My pink watchman only get to about half tank height at most and thats when I feed them. lol

So I think the diamond goby is a for sure. And the midas blenny, I dont see the lawnmower going after such a different looking fish.

That will cover my perchers and bottom fish. woohoo I was thisclose to buying a starry blenny the other day but he looked too much like my current blenny so I passed. Also getting a pair of coral banded.

Now to finally decide on the "swimming" fish. My tank looks so empty with just the yellow tang swimming around as the clowns stay pretty much in the top corner of the the tank. lol
I have a coral banded wish I would got a pair.. I enjoy my fire shrimp 2... you going to get any more cleaners or still to acraed they will be killed?
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Yeah since I don't know who or what was killing them I figure it'd be a safe bet to not add anymore. The last two peppermints I had are also missing now too so I have a shrimp kiler in the tank. Not sure if it's the tang oecking them to death or the clowns, it could even be the pistol shrimp that I never see too. But i'd rather not sacrifice anymore shrimp.

The coral bandeds are pretty large so i think between that and their attitude they should be ok. **fingers crossed***
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Yeah since I don't know who or what was killing them I figure it'd be a safe bet to not add anymore. The last two peppermints I had are also missing now too so I have a shrimp kiler in the tank. Not sure if it's the tang oecking them to death or the clowns, it could even be the pistol shrimp that I never see too. But i'd rather not sacrifice anymore shrimp.

The coral bandeds are pretty large so i think between that and their attitude they should be ok. **fingers crossed***
If in was going for attitude id pick up a pair of fire shrimp instead.
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I love the fire shrimp ut they are awful pricey. I lost over $100 worth of cleaning shrimp so I'm a bit worried that I would be throwing more money out the door. lol
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I love the fire shrimp ut they are awful pricey. I lost over $100 worth of cleaning shrimp so I'm a bit worried that I would be throwing more money out the door. lol
I agree.. but in terms of being hardy and lasting a long time IME they worth it.
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