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Old 04-13-2011, 05:41 PM   #11
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Yeah i just double checked for you. I hate when they don't have the exact fish. It's a hit or miss site.
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It doesn't have quite a few fish, i just picked one that i thought was similar enough (for bioload).
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It doesn't have quite a few fish, i just picked one that i thought was similar enough (for bioload).
That's a good idea
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it's pretty good for some things, but i chose a 92 bow and it allowed me to keep 12 green mandarins in it. just check that against a few other sources before you make a commitment.
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Old 04-13-2011, 06:04 PM   #15
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Very cool. I'm only 76%, and I haven't even upgraded to my 125 yet. My fiancé will be thrilled to know I can add more fish lol
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Very cool. I'm only 76%, and I haven't even upgraded to my 125 yet. My fiancé will be thrilled to know I can add more fish lol
Lol
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Old 04-13-2011, 06:19 PM   #17
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it's pretty good for some things, but i chose a 92 bow and it allowed me to keep 12 green mandarins in it. just check that against a few other sources before you make a commitment.

hahaha that's kinda funny! (and dangerous in the wrong hands)
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hahaha that's kinda funny! (and dangerous in the wrong hands)
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You don't need more than 1 lawnmower as it will fight with conspecifics and possibly other blennys/gobies.
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Lawnmower Blenny, I had one when I started up my 1st aquarium and I was warned that they can be hard to keep because of their eating habits. Sadly I think that is why I lost mine in a fairly short time. That being said I don't know how it would be to keep two of them.
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