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Old 10-30-2011, 10:46 PM   #191
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At least you don't have a fish that wants to attack you. LOL, my Orange Ocellaris Clownfish hates me!
Lmao. My clowns do the same! All I have to do is get near the colt coral that they are hosting and it's like a scene out of a war movie. I'm thinking about naming them bomb shell and kamikaze.
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Old 10-30-2011, 11:02 PM   #192
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Yours are hosting a colt?!? Lucky! Mine are hosting a rock. They even bring food to it and everything. Yet there is a basketball sized colt coral on the other side of the tank... And a hammer coral...
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Old 10-30-2011, 11:09 PM   #193
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Lol. Yeah. Mine host the colt. But the b/w clowns host my overflow box. They completely ignore the frogspawn, the anemone, and so much more!
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Old 10-30-2011, 11:20 PM   #194
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More pictures.

I even got a photo of my Emerald Crab! I am so glad that this Fire Shrimp doesn't mind the light so much and that he didn't take the spot my old one had. It was hard to view my old one where he liked to hang out. My new Shrimp is eating too.

Speaking of shrimp, I haven't really seen my Peppermint Shrimp pick up a piece of food in a while, is that ok? He may be eating when I am not looking. Same thing with my Emerald. Should I be worried, or do you think they are eating from the LR and eating food when I am not looking?

On another note, my Feather Duster is doing quite well, and I think he likes the spot between the two rocks and his bottom buried in the sand. His crown has been out a good amount of time so that is a good sign.

Thanks for you interest in my thread!
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The peppermints are nocturnal I believe. And they eat off the rocks. Sometimes I am able to spot feed them with a tube and syringe. It's really cool to watch. But most of the time they just hang out under the rocks and chow down there
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Here is a better photo of the shrimp!
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The peppermints are nocturnal I believe. And they eat off the rocks. Sometimes I am able to spot feed them with a tube and syringe. It's really cool to watch. But most of the time they just hang out under the rocks and chow down there
Ok, thanks you very much for the information! It was very informative!
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Lmao. My clowns do the same! All I have to do is get near the colt coral that they are hosting and it's like a scene out of a war movie. I'm thinking about naming them bomb shell and kamikaze.
Unfortunately, mine claimed the whole tank as their territory! LOL
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Lol. Yeah. Mine host the colt. But the b/w clowns host my overflow box. They completely ignore the frogspawn, the anemone, and so much more!
Haha, I love it when Clownfish host equipment, it makes me laugh. I am pretty sure mine host the powerhead,
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