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Old 03-12-2011, 06:30 PM   #11
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Here is my urchin, and my sea hare is eating the macro-algae that he picked up.

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Old 03-12-2011, 06:50 PM   #12
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I had a white pincushion urchin. It was in my tank for about a week and I got rid of it. It was eating all of my coralline algae.
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Odd, I thought in the past you had said you had an urchin and coral
Live and learn!!!!!
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Thank you guys soo much! I think iv decided not to get an urchin after all. Id rather it not eat my (starting to grow) coraline, and move frags. Course like he said, "live and learn" so I may someday!
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Thank you guys soo much! I think iv decided not to get an urchin after all. Id rather it not eat my (starting to grow) coraline, and move frags. Course like he said, "live and learn" so I may someday!
WhaT can I say guys.... he was basically givin to me! He's been in for almost a week now. Ig he messes up too much rock work etc.. I have a good home lined up already... but he's awesome!!
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Haha, it was only a matter of time
Let me know how it does, I've always thought the pencil urchins were cool. I don't have any room in my tanks now, but I was thinking about one for my next tank.
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Haha "only a matter of time" is right! He cool and at one point it looked like he was stuck under rock but didn't have any problem movin around!
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