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Old 06-20-2005, 08:22 PM   #11
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If your feeding the whole tank, just drop some in. Be careful though, a little goes a long way.
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nice looking rock. I think I will stop by there this weekend.
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Yeah they do have some nice rock in there! Frank just went last night to Miami to pick up a new shipment of fish ... he told me they were getting in around $2000 worth of stuff!!!!!!

I am going to stop by today and hopefully get a new addition to my tank. You should check em out this weekend, they get their new rock in on Fridays!

I'm thinking I want to add a Flame Angel, but I also want some sort of Goby! So many choices to choose from ... OH how I wish I had a bigger tank!

Last night I fed my lonely Clown and watched the Christmas tree's grab stuff out of the water ... it's actually pretty amazing how they work!
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christmas tree

this is the worm I have before I added new lighting last week.
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I have had these in my tank since getting my first piece of rock. I have about 10-12 of them on a piece of brain skeleton. I have not fed them special or had special lighting on them. They just keep growing and reproducing started out with only 4. Maybe just luck??? They don't like my coral beauty much, they retract everytime she comes around. Other fish they just stay out.
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