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Old 10-11-2011, 01:49 PM   #2801
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They look awesome Carey.... Your QT tank has LR in it?
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Old 10-11-2011, 01:53 PM   #2802
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yeah, it was my main tank til I got the 125g and it's on the market so I had to have some LR in it. if the need arises to treat them I will have to move them into another tank. Hopefully it wont come to that.

I just fed all my tanks and the new fish are eating already. The midas is way cool, he kinda slinks around but otherwise he likes to hide in the rock like the picture has him. wish he was more yellow but hopefully he will color back up after he is comfortable.
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Old 10-11-2011, 02:06 PM   #2803
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I agree, that are very cool fish! Nice choices, and that is a hilarious story!
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So you got the blue reef, not the green?
Just an appearance choice?
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Old 10-11-2011, 02:27 PM   #2805
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Great looking fish Carey. I'm sold on those blue reefs now. they do look amazing.
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Old 10-11-2011, 02:28 PM   #2806
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Great looking fish Carey. I'm sold on those blue reefs now. they do look amazing.
I know, I never really considered them until now! They looks great!
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Thanks everyone! I opted for the reef chromis mostly because of their color and size, they get a tad bigger than regular chormis. They were also a little bit more $$ each, paid $17.99 for each one. BUT it's all worth it as now the 125g will be pretty much completely stocked. Just hoping my lawnmower doesnt take issue with the midas and that the chromis can stand up to my yellow tang, he's a bit bossy lol
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Thanks everyone! I opted for the reef chromis mostly because of their color and size, they get a tad bigger than regular chormis. They were also a little bit more $$ each, paid $17.99 for each one. BUT it's all worth it as now the 125g will be pretty much completely stocked. Just hoping my lawnmower doesnt take issue with the midas and that the chromis can stand up to my yellow tang, he's a bit bossy lol
I am sure everyone will be fine. At least the Chromis can school together if they feel scared. Also, I think there is enough rock and space in the 125g for the two Blennies to share. If they can't share you will have to put them in time-out and give them a lecture on sharing.
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They look great!
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This is the second time I've come back to your thread just to look at ur reef chromis. They are better looking in your tank and buckets than the stock photo on liveaquaria
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