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Old 04-23-2011, 06:03 PM   #631
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bored never I'm at my dads missing my tank this is pure joy for me
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Never bored! Your fish are impressive!
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Old 04-23-2011, 06:03 PM   #633
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The lightning maroon hasnt bred yet. Two were found one died before it went anywhere then later they found the other. The breeder who has it currently lives in duluth mn, and was trying to keep it male in case another was found that was already female. It doesnt look like that will be anytime soon as png is not allowing clowns to be harvested for an indef period of time. There is a web page for those interested i think its called the lightning maroon project.

For now its just one more thing we have to wait for in this hobby. I know Carey's getting pretty good at that waiting stuff!
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What kind of camera do you have??

and definitely not boring us to death at all! haha distracting me from studying yes but I can't help myself!
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I'm using a nikon s90 I believe. It's not uber fancy but it was over $300 and I got it open box for $120

It will take 30 minutes of video so I'm good.

Thanks for watching them guys, I appreciate it. You're all like family it seems after only a few months.
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You're all like family it seems after only a few months.
so im not the only one who thinks this
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No way!! You guys are great! People I can really geek out with
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Who around here is geeking out?
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LOL Admit it youre a fish geek kurty. Youre on this site arent ya? HAHA
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The lightning maroon hasnt bred yet. Two were found one died before it went anywhere then later they found the other. The breeder who has it currently lives in duluth mn, and was trying to keep it male in case another was found that was already female. It doesnt look like that will be anytime soon as png is not allowing clowns to be harvested for an indef period of time. There is a web page for those interested i think its called the lightning maroon project.

For now its just one more thing we have to wait for in this hobby. I know Carey's getting pretty good at that waiting stuff!

Thanks for this I'll def check it out!
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