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Old 11-20-2011, 03:49 AM   #1
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Okay so I got rid of the anemone and got store credit for it. I got one live coral, 2 peppermint shrimp,1 scooter blenny, green stripe clown goby, 2 small red legged hermit crabs, plan to get more. Maybe like 3 more fish like a firefish goby and more corals.
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Old 11-20-2011, 08:23 AM   #2
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Glad you returned the nem, in my opinion alot more trouble than they are worth. lol

Does the scooter dragonet eat prepared foods? Mine was only eating pods when I first got him. Took months for him to be 100% on frozen food....

And you buy new creatures and don't post pictures? LOL What is that all about! Get us some pictures! hahaha
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Yes! We all love pictures!
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Okay sounds good! This is a 30 g right? If so you are doing great! I think you should get a yellow striped goby! Super cool fish
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Yes.. I will deffinately put some pictures.. Idk what to feed my blenny what would be the best food to start off with?? And what to feed my green clown goby ?
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Old 11-20-2011, 12:36 PM   #7
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Yes.. I will deffinately put some pictures.. Idk what to feed my blenny what would be the best food to start off with?? And what to feed my green clown goby ?
New life spectrum sinking pellets or frozen mysis.
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See if the scooter will eat pellets and flake. If not I would try frozen mysis, brine and bloodworms. Mine only started eating frozen after I gave him bloodworms. It was a slow go getting him to eat prepared foods and not pods.
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Very nice! What kinda plant is that?
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