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Old 08-03-2011, 01:30 AM   #111
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Update

updated and better quality video.
The osc. clown has finally came out of his shell and swims around the tank happily.
The damsel seems to still be happy and passive, they are competely compatible even when i feed them.
The blenny is in great shape and got crazy excited when i whipped out the camera lol

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Old 08-03-2011, 01:53 AM   #112
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the blenny pops out in the bottom right corner :P

I put my bubblers in my sump to keep the water more oxygenated. < Im figuring that cant hurt it? comment on that please

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LOL glad Carey brought that up cuz while reading all this I was like "why in the world is there a bubbler in there? is this THE new thing?!?!"

Never seen bubblers in SW and didnt think u need one GLAD U TOOK IT OUT

BTW try different food for ur clown fish. Some are just picky.
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I was gonna make a LR structure volcano like in finiding nemo. Since it wont benefit the water I see no purpose of them :P
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Video look good! Fish seem happy and adjusted.

Your scooter is way cute, it's like watching my tank! LOL Is he eating well? He looks a little thin on the belly when he swims up.....mine was pretty much emaciated when I got him and I've managed to plump him up quite a bit. You got really lucky with him eating prepared foods, wish mine had been that easy. LOL
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Video look good! Fish seem happy and adjusted.

Your scooter is way cute, it's like watching my tank! LOL Is he eating well? He looks a little thin on the belly when he swims up.....mine was pretty much emaciated when I got him and I've managed to plump him up quite a bit. You got really lucky with him eating prepared foods, wish mine had been that easy. LOL
Carey thanks for the reply. I noticed the same thing about the blenny but I've been target feeding him to make sure he gets an ample amount. Ill keep an extremely close eye one him for now. Thanks guys
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Carey thanks for the reply. I noticed the same thing about the blenny but I've been target feeding him to make sure he gets an ample amount. Ill keep an extremely close eye one him for now. Thanks guys

Not to be a nudge, but the scooter is technically a dragonet, not a blenny.



Good information to have, someone eventually will call you out when saying blenny. LOL
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Not to be a nudge, but the scooter is technically a dragonet, not a blenny.



Good information to have, someone eventually will call you out when saying blenny. LOL
Oh excuse me :P dragonet
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LOL, I got nailed on calling the mandarin a "goby" months ago. hehe
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So I'm guessing dragonets are confused for a couple different species huh
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Some interaction with the clown and the dragonet. awesome

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