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Old 06-26-2011, 03:26 PM   #1
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Banggai Cardinals

Just added 5 Banggai Cardinals, tank bred, they came in pretty large, over a inch.
Very peaceful fish that are taking frozen brine shrimp already.

I also included a shot of my starburst polyps that are now over 10" long.
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How beautiful! Love pics from your tanks.. So inspiring.
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Pardon the algae at the bottom. I don't scape it as often as I should as the Tangs love to pick at it. Most of the algae is grown in my turf scrubber and thrown away or fed back.

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Pardon the algae at the bottom. I don't scape it as often as I should as the Tangs love to pick at it. Most of the algae is grown in my turf scrubber and thrown away or fed back.

Just shot this;

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I have two, raised from chicks. A 28 year old Blue and Gold McCaw and a Senegal Grey Parrot that is 16 years old.
Never acquire a pet that will outlive you.
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I have two, raised from chicks. A 28 year old Blue and Gold McCaw and a Senegal Grey Parrot that is 16 years old.
Never acquire a pet that will outlive you.
So it is never quite at your home.LOL

A place in NC where I used to live and buy from had a Cockatoo at his home/shop and it would sit on the side of one tank and let the cleaner shrimp clean his feet.Funny to watch.
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Now that's something you would remember. My banded coral shrimp is only out at night, so I can't imagine him cleaning my birds feet, or even weirder is my bird standing in the tank and allowing it to happen. Kind of like a scuba diving cat.
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How long did it take the mushrooms to spread like that? I've had a blue and a green ricordia for a month or so now and they have not even moved off of there frag plugs.
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Now that's something you would remember. My banded coral shrimp is only out at night, so I can't imagine him cleaning my birds feet, or even weirder is my bird standing in the tank and allowing it to happen. Kind of like a scuba diving cat.
Lol,the bird never actually got in the tank.It would perch itself on the top corner of the tank he kept skunk cleaner shrimp to sell in.The shrimp would come up and clean the back claws that be in the water a little.
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Beautiful setup,..( I also was going to ask about parrots ) ... I'm jealous
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