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Old 04-25-2011, 04:30 PM   #781
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Wow, I've never seen one of them before. Do you have a link where to buy one? it reminds me of a dragonet, I wonder if it has the same food requirements....

Nice video vampire ...very cool...lemme research him a bit
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Old 04-25-2011, 04:32 PM   #782
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I found the info! He is soecially recommended for nanos and is very peaceful, carnnivore. he runs 129$ though! if it wasn't for that I'd get one.

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Old 04-25-2011, 04:32 PM   #783
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Yep, right here.
Saltwater Fish Goby, Saltwater Fish Blenny, Saltwater Fish Jaw Fish
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I think you need one...he's so cute!!
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Old 04-25-2011, 04:34 PM   #785
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I found the info! He is soecially recommended for nanos and is very peaceful, carnnivore. he runs 129$ though! if it wasn't for that I'd get one.

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Check out the link I just posted, they have him for $99. Still pricey. But I might convince my husband that we can't live without one! lol
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Old 04-25-2011, 04:37 PM   #786
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If I weren't horridly over budget I'd get one for $99. That doesn't seem too unreasonable. You have to get one now! LOL Just tell the husband it was on sale and you had to have it!

What kinda tanks you running vampire? And where in FL are ya at? I'm in between orlando and daytona in Deltona.
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Old 04-25-2011, 04:40 PM   #787
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If I weren't horridly over budget I'd get one for $99. That doesn't seem too unreasonable. You have to get one now! LOL Just tell the husband it was on sale and you had to have it!

What kinda tanks you running vampire? And where in FL are ya at? I'm in between orlando and daytona in Deltona.
Bring that budget up by walking dogs! Lol. I really hope that works to get money for mine. :O
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Old 04-25-2011, 04:42 PM   #788
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Bring that budget up by walking dogs! Lol. I really hope that works to get money for mine. :O

I wish i could. I'm on a fixed income so I don't ever make more than the same amount each month. :-(
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I'm in Miami. How far is Deltona from Miami (my Geography sucks)?
Now I only have a 20gal FW community and by 14 Biocube is waiting. And soon I'll have a 150gal reef. It's 100%, husband wants it himself, but first we need to buy a house.
When I started my SW research, I came across your threads (read all of them lol) and thought I could get a small nano reef for now. I wish I could have the 29gal like yours, but I have to be able to manage it alone as my Mr. is away in UT now.
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I wish i could. I'm on a fixed income so I don't ever make more than the same amount each month. :-(
At least you have some sort of income! I'm scrambling to figure out what to do to get money. Not sure if my walking dogs idea will work, and the chickens use all the money from eggs for food.
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