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Old 06-04-2011, 11:54 PM   #1351
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Maybe you could find a friend with a FOWLR and arrange a trade?
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Old 06-04-2011, 11:54 PM   #1352
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or ship emm to me? ;p
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I have one firend who does SW and all she has is a trigger and a six line. LOL

i think I'm gonna try it out for now and see. I know petco won't take it back. If worse came to worse i suppose i could not sell my 55g sw and use it as a fowlr.
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or ship emm to me? ;p

Cause you need a 7 inch fish that eats snails. LOL
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Cause you need a 7 inch fish that eats snails. LOL
darn right i do! lol i just want a cute lil goby
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It's not a goby. It's a sandperch :P. I still don't see anywhere saying 7", that may be the maximum length in the wild. But yes. A snail eating crab munching shrimp loving fish is never good news!
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lol i just want a god darn fish lol
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I think the shipping from Florida to RI will cost more than the fish itself, lol.
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lol prob but a boy can dream so you Carey whatdya gonna do wiith this little buddy of yours
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I think I will call petco today and pitch a small fit about the mis labeling. I don't know what else to do right now. he is pretty small so it should be ok for a few months.

Do you think it would be ok in a tank with a fu manchu lionfish, a trigger and a sixline? I have friends that have those in their sw tank, I was thinking when it gets big I could give it to them.
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