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Old 11-05-2011, 03:20 PM   #731
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six line wrasse or no? im about to head out to go do more looking. im also strongly considering another banggai. my sw lfs was supposed to get another midnight angel in, idk about the midnight. thats been cautioned against by kio. so i may just hold out until the lfs gets some flame angels back in, and hopefully my tank will be more habitable for an angel by then.
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Old 11-05-2011, 03:29 PM   #732
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six line wrasse or no? im about to head out to go do more looking. im also strongly considering another banggai. my sw lfs was supposed to get another midnight angel in, idk about the midnight. thats been cautioned against by kio. so i may just hold out until the lfs gets some flame angels back in, and hopefully my tank will be more habitable for an angel by then.
Six line is awesome... Go for it!
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Old 11-05-2011, 03:29 PM   #733
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I like six lines because there very active. What fish are in the tank currently?
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Old 11-05-2011, 03:36 PM   #734
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Six line is awesome... Go for it!
thanks david, ill try to find a good one.

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I like six lines because there very active. What fish are in the tank currently?
a flame hawk and a lawnmower blenny.
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Old 11-05-2011, 04:35 PM   #735
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Cool! Go with the six line!
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I really like my solar fairy wrasse as well. Maybe something to look at as well. Lol
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Love our six line. Pretty but not the prettiest but sure is the most active. He swims through holes in the rock I didn't even know were there. LOL
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I really like my solar fairy wrasse as well. Maybe something to look at as well. Lol
We had one, They need more tank than what I've got. He was pretty though
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hahaha its all good. thank you for your suggestion. i had to google it before i knew what you where talking about, and realised thats what i was trying to give away to kio and what sweety pie had promised to another first. hows that for communication?

did you get your rock work fixed? when are you going to get that center show piece rock? when you gonna get your rock guru to work his magic?

saw a fire shrimp at the shop, i need him in my tank. maybe next paycheck.
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LOL, I keep saying that about the fire shrimp, maybe next week and it's been months. hehe...Hope you get yours soon they are so awesome looking!
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