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Old 01-14-2009, 11:37 PM   #61
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make sure you bring them as well...save 1 for me
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Old 01-15-2009, 05:34 PM   #62
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You got it.

Both pink zoa frags are spoken for now.
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What kind of tang is that?
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What kind of tang is that?

acanthurus tristis - mimic tang

This is one of the most beautiful fish that I have kept
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Old 01-16-2009, 05:15 AM   #65
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As Ziggy already pointed out I would keep an eye on your velvet damsel, I had one that decided he liked the taste of softer corals too. But maybe you wont have the same problems.
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As Ziggy already pointed out I would keep an eye on your velvet damsel, I had one that decided he liked the taste of softer corals too. But maybe you wont have the same problems.
Mine turned into a Zoa killer. He now resides in his very own tank. I've tossed some mushrooms in with him, he leaves those alone. I hope your's doesn't mess with anything!!
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We will find out since I just recieved 5 zoa's and 1 star polyp . I do have 3 other tanks that I could move him into.....if need be....my daughter would probably LOVE a BIG fish in her tank!!
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Danger!!!!

He just looks MEAN!!!!
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He`s doing a pretty good impression of looking mean to me. LOL
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Woahhh ccapt, that's a niceeee polyps... too bad you're in East Coast... dang, now I'm slowly creeping into reef tank from FOWLR...
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