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Old 02-17-2012, 05:24 PM   #3391
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Oh i thought you said 6 days!!
She was talking about her blenny
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Old 02-17-2012, 08:57 PM   #3392
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Old 02-17-2012, 09:09 PM   #3393
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Thanks. Been discussing what to do with that fish slot with the boyfriend. I do have another lawnmower blenny in the 20g for now, waiting on the 60g to go up, but anyways, we could put him in the 125g. It was considered my b/f's fish so I'm kinda leaving it up to him. Although now he gets to stock 2 fish since his clown went pergo surfing a month or two ago. He has the worst luck with picking out fish. And his first clownfish pick disappeared one day in the 125g so the b/f is now on clown number 3 while my little misbar male just swims along. lol

What do you guys do when you lose a fish? Do you directly replace him or get another fish completely? I have only tried twice with my squareback anthias, and the second time is the charm it seems, but any other fish that has died I havent gotten again. Am I just weird? hehe....
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Old 02-17-2012, 09:13 PM   #3394
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Thanks. Been discussing what to do with that fish slot with the boyfriend. I do have another lawnmower blenny in the 20g for now, waiting on the 60g to go up, but anyways, we could put him in the 125g. It was considered my b/f's fish so I'm kinda leaving it up to him. Although now he gets to stock 2 fish since his clown went pergo surfing a month or two ago. He has the worst luck with picking out fish. And his first clownfish pick disappeared one day in the 125g so the b/f is now on clown number 3 while my little misbar male just swims along. lol

What do you guys do when you lose a fish? Do you directly replace him or get another fish completely? I have only tried twice with my squareback anthias, and the second time is the charm it seems, but any other fish that has died I havent gotten again. Am I just weird? hehe....
Replace" bob the sea hare"
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Old 02-17-2012, 09:16 PM   #3395
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I thought about it for a second. When I tell people I had a sea hare that lasted over 8 months usually they are shocked he made it that long. So I feel I gave Bob a good life and better than some other schmoe would have. LOL

I do miss him, he was the only fish i ever really held or picked up. I sometimes found him floating in the tank on the top of the water so I would put him back to the rocks. LOL My little marshmallow hehe...so ugly he was cute!
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I thought about it for a second. When I tell people I had a sea hare that lasted over 8 months usually they are shocked he made it that long. So I feel I gave Bob a good life and better than some other schmoe would have. LOL

I do miss him, he was the only fish i ever really held or picked up. I sometimes found him floating in the tank on the top of the water so I would put him back to the rocks. LOL My little marshmallow hehe...so ugly he was cute!
I officially cast my vote for replacing " bob the sea hare ".
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lol Dary. I'm scared if I get a second one he will suffer the fate of so many sea hares and meet an early demise. I hate having fish die under my watch. Makes me depressed. :-(
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lol Dary. I'm scared if I get a second one he will suffer the fate of so many sea hares and meet an early demise. I hate having fish die under my watch. Makes me depressed. :-(
The legacy of " bob the sea hare " must continue.... I will NOT detract my vote lol ..... Btw what did he eat? ,..any pic's?
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Since I had no algae he ate algae sheets i used to clip down near the sand at night.



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Carey, LA has marked their Midas down to 29.99.
Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Midas Blenny
They aren't venomous are they?
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