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Old 06-05-2011, 09:53 AM   #1361
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I would bring it to petco with a picture of what it is and not leave with a fish in hand and a credit or a real goby.
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Old 06-05-2011, 10:00 AM   #1362
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Yeah, i should do that. I know they won't refund me or accept returns, I asked ahead of time. BUT this is a special situation. Returning it also means breaking down the tank to get him out. I was gonna do a tank breakdown next week to get the candycane out so I can put that in the pico that is due tomorrow.

All these plans. LOL

I will say that I lost my respect for the marine biologist in training that sold me this fish at petco. He should know better. At least this fish eats.

On that note I have to mention that my scooter is eating most of the stuff I'm feeding the tank, he loves bloodworms! go figure...
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On that note I have to mention that my scooter is eating most of the stuff I'm feeding the tank, he loves bloodworms! go figure...

haha I thought he would eventually! Mine slurps them down like spaghetti!
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In retrospect, I'm really glad I got the scooter, I love watching him and he is so mellow. I kinda wish I had gotten an ORA mandarin, but oh well, maybe one day soon for the 125g.
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Old 06-05-2011, 04:20 PM   #1365
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Yeah the mandarin's are pretty sweet
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In retrospect, I'm really glad I got the scooter, I love watching him and he is so mellow. I kinda wish I had gotten an ORA mandarin, but oh well, maybe one day soon for the 125g.
I'm still wondering what is it about the mandarin? Is it the colors? The personality? What?! Haha
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Joyler, go to ora.com and look at them. You will be impressed
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I love mandarins...really beautiful and cheap because they are so common in the trade. My LFS sells them for 15 dollars a piece and they have 10 of em at any given time.
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Sorry that shlould be orafarm.com
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Well...I'll agree the colors are nice...but what's with the obsession?
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