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Old 01-28-2003, 08:47 PM   #11
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whered you get the sps?
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Old 01-29-2003, 10:02 PM   #12
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found the tangs bones picked almost completely clean laying way under my rock, so now i know he wasnt abducted or anything , cant get him out guess hell stay where he is
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Thanks for the update. It's amazing how fast a fish as large as a Y Tang can be consumed by our clean up crews. I too had a mysterious Y Tang death. I found him in the morning tho. Haven't replaced it yet, don't know if I will.

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I say go with the PBT!! Dont know about you guys, but thats my favorite tang. I cant have one thought because it will kill my wives yellow tang. we fight over it, she crack the whip, and I cry. "I want a PBT!" she says "No, pbt for you buddy, cause that yellow tangs mine!!!"
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thats pretty dramatic, wow.
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I know Im a retard.
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Old 01-30-2003, 09:41 PM   #17
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PB's are a little tempramental (hard to keep) and prone to Ick. They get quite a bit larger than a Y Tang if I'm not mistaken (there's always a first time). I only have a 75. If I get a 125 or 150 in a year or two I may consider it tho.
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