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Old 02-10-2013, 11:32 AM   #1391
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I love my yellow headed jawfish. She's so much fun to watch. She has a good sized burrow made, and lives in it with the Firefish. She made a giant crater in the sand next to burrow because she has taken all the sand from there and piled it for her burrow. Mine only has 1 burrow; there were 2 openings, but now only 1. She also steals any shell she can pick up to pile around the opening. Once or twice the snail shells still had snails in them. Haha she does dart into the burrow when we walk near, but after I sit there a little while, she comes out more. Very cool fish!!
Yeah mine seems to be getting better with me coming up to the tank. She definitely has picked up several small pieces of broken rock for her burrow lol I tried getting a pic last night but she was being shy lol
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Old 02-10-2013, 11:33 AM   #1392
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My clam stayed put once it found its spot. Kind of like Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory.
"That's my spot" Hahaha
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Old 02-12-2013, 10:46 PM   #1393
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Might be picking up a purple monti cap colony tomorrow. Supposedly 11" around
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That's on point man. Purple is a great color for monti.
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That's on point man. Purple is a great color for monti.
Well I only saw a pic and it looks nice for sure, in person will be another thing. can't wait
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Old 02-14-2013, 09:14 AM   #1396
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Well... I scored big time.

Got a huge colony of purple monti (10-11" around), a colony of brown palys on a rock, frags of GSP, red monti, hairy mushrooms, fruit loop zoas, and what he said was a trumpet? I dunno it looks like hell and I'm not even sure if it'll make it.

But overall, im happy
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Well... I scored big time.

Got a huge colony of purple monti (10-11" around), a colony of brown palys on a rock, frags of GSP, red monti, hairy mushrooms, fruit loop zoas, and what he said was a trumpet? I dunno it looks like hell and I'm not even sure if it'll make it.

But overall, im happy
Awesome!! Can't wait to see everything. Super jealous of the fruit loops! They are going to look awesome!
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Awesome!! Can't wait to see everything. Super jealous of the fruit loops! They are going to look awesome!
Thanks! I know a buddy of mine is already asking to trade some polyps when they multiply lol

Nothing was really opening last night except for the hairy mushrooms, I'm hoping when I get home from work today that everything is opened
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Fruit Loops!!!!! Awesome find. If the trumpets have a few heads hopefully some will make it. They're another great addition. Just don't forget the pics man!
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Fruit Loops!!!!! Awesome find. If the trumpets have a few heads hopefully some will make it. They're another great addition. Just don't forget the pics man!
Well the "trumpets" weren't even on a plug or disc so I'm really not sure if they're gonna make it.

I'm really excited about these fruit loops now. I guess they're rare? Lol either way they look awesome under blue lights

As soon as I get home, whatever's opened up, I will take a picture of and post up
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