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Old 11-10-2019, 12:42 AM   #1
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New fish

Just sharing pictures of my new fish picked up 2 bangai cardinals, a bicolor blenny and a pistol shrimp. They were out of watchman gobies, so I will have to wait on that one.

No picture of the shrimp as went straight under a rock. The blenny is hiding under my candy cane plug and sticks his head out.

That brings my 40 g stocking to:
2 bangai cardinals
1 bicolor blenny
1 pistol shrimp
1 cleaner shrimp
1 oc clown fish
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Oh the early stages of tank life. Are the fan worms a recent population explosion?
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Tank is about a year old. At about a couple months I had an explosion of small sponges. Soon after, I had one feather duster hitchhike on the candy cane coral and soon after exploded, but haven't really gone away like most of the sponges. Most are in the sump.
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I had mine die off after a year. Be interesting to see what happens.
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