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Old 03-10-2011, 11:26 PM   #71
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I know there is one blenny who strictly eats corals, not sure which one though.

Lawnmower, bicolor, tailspot, tribal, starry blenny are all good blennies though, reef safe
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Old 03-10-2011, 11:28 PM   #72
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Cool. Thanks. I'll be on the lookout. woot! a fish finally! well, maybe anyways LOL now to find one.
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Looks like Midas blenny just got added to my stock list
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LOL I can't wait to go out tomorrow and look. I hope I get lucky and find one
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If you can find a midas that would be a good choice, I have mine in with softies, LPS and SPS. He found a hold in the rock that was covered with glue cloves so when he get in it he looks like a little smiley face in a wreath of flowers. They are very easy to I waited for several months before my lfs could get one in.
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How did the fish shopping go??? I stopped at my LFS and he had in midas and bicolor blennys haha made me think of this thread.
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How did the fish shopping go??? I stopped at my LFS and he had in midas and bicolor blennys haha made me think of this thread.
Well, if they would have had b&w clown fish, you know what you would have had to do ;b
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No luck yesterday on the blenny or goby. My fish guy ordered some blennys for next thursday and he said the hatchery just isnt shipping my b&w's cause they are too small yet.

I did get a really neat candycane coral though. Can't walk out empty handed lolo
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I know the feeling. I always get something, be it a snail, hermit it frag.

Great thing about Corals is you can add them as often as you like. It's the fish that slow things up! Lol

Did you dip your coral?
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I know the feeling. I always get something, be it a snail, hermit it frag.

Great thing about Corals is you can add them as often as you like. It's the fish that slow things up! Lol

Did you dip your coral?
The guy does only tank raised coral and fish. He has been fragging his own stuff for over twenty years. I trust him 100%. Only place I can really say that about. Lol
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