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Old 07-14-2012, 03:08 AM   #161
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Gobies thrown around as a pretty common name like the dragonette for example is reffered to as a goby by many which it isn't
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Oh I want a unique fish, that's blue small an easy to feeder and awesome and unique lol.
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Tribal blenny
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Old 07-14-2012, 03:14 AM   #164
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Not a whole lot of blue but I've never seen one in person

Edit* ... Also a chalk bass would be a nice blue addition
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Old 07-14-2012, 03:25 AM   #165
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Tribal blenny
Tribal blenny looks sweet but I have a starry blenny and that would likely cause issues. This is proving more difficult than I expected lol.
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Not entirely sure what the deal is here but it appears like my nassarius snails are feeling frisky. I looked up and BAMB a ball of them.
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Old 07-14-2012, 05:04 AM   #167
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Not entirely sure what the deal is here but it appears like my nassarius snails are feeling frisky. I looked up and BAMB a ball of them.
Probably eating something, scrap food etc. Mine all camp out together, they all sleep in the same spot together. Really weird. I feed and they all coming crawling out of the sand under my toadstool like an army lol
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Probably eating something, scrap food etc. Mine all camp out together, they all sleep in the same spot together. Really weird. I feed and they all coming crawling out of the sand under my toadstool like an army lol
I love how as soon as the food hits the water they're like a seal team and just start popping up out of no where lol
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Normally I would agree but I haven't fed the tank in about a month other than phyto on like Tuesday. My vote still goes to orgy!!!!!
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Well I got all my fish back in and it looks so lively again. Everyone is happy and eating well. I also think my clowns are turning black. I bought them and they were bright orange and just keep getting darker and darker. I had initially grown concerned as it started as black spots then spread out, hopefully they do turn fully black cause the blacks looks awesome. All I know about them is they are tank raised misbar oscelleris clowns so who knows what genes they carry.
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