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Old 03-18-2013, 02:53 PM   #21
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Looks great! Lots o rock for the divers. Got a stock list yet?
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Old 03-18-2013, 03:33 PM   #22
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Looks great! Lots o rock for the divers. Got a stock list yet?
Lol that's the hard part. So far I'm thinking a clown or two then idk from there. Maybe a goby, hawkfish, blenny not really sure yet though
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Lol that's the hard part. So far I'm thinking a clown or two then idk from there. Maybe a goby, hawkfish, blenny not really sure yet though
That's a pretty good list already, have you looked at dwarf angels? My last addition will be a flame. They are pretty cool little fish. Check em out
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That's a pretty good list already, have you looked at dwarf angels? My last addition will be a flame. They are pretty cool little fish. Check em out
Beautiful fish! Think it'll do well with corals?
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Old 03-19-2013, 12:01 AM   #25
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You get lucky, ask your lfs guys they will usually know. The one I'm gonna pick up in about two weeks has lived in a reef for around two years and doesn't nip. My theory is if you keep any dwarfs fed, they won't nip. I feed two or three times a day. Smaller amounts but still.
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You get lucky, ask your lfs guys they will usually know. The one I'm gonna pick up in about two weeks has lived in a reef for around two years and doesn't nip. My theory is if you keep any dwarfs fed, they won't nip. I feed two or three times a day. Smaller amounts but still.
I hope it works out for you!!
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I hope it works out for you!!
Thx. Yeah but ask your guys, they are not uncommon to find "reef safe" dwarfs. There a few that don't really pick as is, then there are some that will destroy. An eboli is another cool one that doesn't really nip.
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Thx. Yeah but ask your guys, they are not uncommon to find "reef safe" dwarfs. There a few that don't really pick as is, then there are some that will destroy. An eboli is another cool one that doesn't really nip.
That is a pretty sweet looking fish!
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Yeah there's some sweet dwarfs, do a little research and you'd be surprised if your options.
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