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Old 06-14-2013, 09:48 PM   #461
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Wicked cool for sure.
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Old 06-15-2013, 08:47 AM   #462
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Wicked cool for sure.
Definitely. If my boyfriend wouldn't be upset about it, I would already have a species tank cycling. Lol. I wanted to do a crawfish tank. Reef lobster is definitely cooler.
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Old 06-16-2013, 06:39 PM   #463
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I added a toadstool today. I'll post pictures when it opens.
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Here's a picture of the new coral. It's definitely the most I've ever invested in a coral, so I'm hoping he does well. I also got some base rock so I could replace some of my not-so-natural looking rocks.

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Nice, that is a big toadstool.
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The new rock looks great! Awesome toadstool leather.
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Why couldn't you get the reef lobster? It should be fine in the reef. Anything with claws is a potential predator, but I wouldn't treat that any different than say, an emerald crab.
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The new rock looks great! Awesome toadstool leather.
Thank you guys!!! I'm really excited about all of it. Starting yesterday, I'm going to go buy some base rock every once in a while to add to my 55 so I have enough when it comes time to set up my 100 gallon.

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Why couldn't you get the reef lobster? It should be fine in the reef. Anything with claws is a potential predator, but I wouldn't treat that any different than say, an emerald crab.
Really? I really really want it. I just didn't know, since it got much larger than most clawed things in my aquarium, if it would kill and eat fish. I also didn't know the proper way to feed and house it. I try hard not to buy living things without proper research. Lol.

He was about $60. I kind of want him!
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Wow...that's expensive. I see them for about 20 bucks.
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Wow...that's expensive. I see them for about 20 bucks.
Really? Wow. I might want to save my money then. But this is the only one I've ever seen my lfs have. Maybe ordering online would be a better option.
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