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Old 02-21-2005, 11:44 PM   #1
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Laser Pen Light

I found a great way to find all the night time critters that have been hiding in the small holes of my lr. I have boatloads of pods everywhere that I couldnt see during the day and even found several crabs and star fish in their with the pen light. Might give it a try and find new life in your tank. Great way to see down in the holes of the lr.

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That's great. LOL I use something simular. I have a flashlight that came with different color lenses (blue, red). I use that for my night spotlighting.

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Old 02-22-2005, 01:01 AM   #3
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Me to, i have a laser/blue led light combo and i see cool stuff at night.
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My clown tried to eat the cute little red light as it bounced over the rock!
Marlin: Okay, a mollusk walks up to this sea cucumber, well he doesn't actually walk, he's just there, and he turns to the sea cucumber, and... Well, wait, there's a mollusk and a sea cucumber and...
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Old 02-22-2005, 04:55 PM   #5
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i only have a green one but i will try a red one soon to see which color works better
60 gal s/w tank - 1 adult koran angel, 1 yellow tang, , 10 blue leg hermit crab, 15 snail, , 1 tri-bar damsel, 1 chocolate star fish, 20 blue legs hermit, 20 snails, 1 cleaner shrimp, 1 blue damsel, 1 citron goby, and 1 dragon goby
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