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Old 10-01-2011, 04:55 PM   #301
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Working on it. 6-line and spot blenny have been moved from QT to DT today and we r currently on our way to LFSs to see what they have. Hoping for b/g chromis or aust b&w clowns... But doubt it
Once we get back tonight I'll post some pics
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Old 10-01-2011, 05:22 PM   #302
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i really like the aussy b&w clowns.
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Old 10-01-2011, 07:02 PM   #303
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Me too, they r just really hard to find!
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Old 10-01-2011, 07:06 PM   #304
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how fish looking go?
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Old 10-01-2011, 07:15 PM   #305
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how fish looking go?
So far snatched 3 corals hahaha Kenya tree, toadstool, and zoas... I think I have a zoa-addiction... I Got like 6-7 different ones in a 5 month period LOL

No decent fish yet. Checked out one LFS and found a sea apple!!! Omg almost got it, but I doubt my tank is established enough. Took a pic though

Driving to my regular LFS now... Keep u updated
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Driving home with my catch of the day: b&w clown pair, 2 cleaner shrimp and the corals mentioned above

they are not australian b&w's but they are almost all black with only a bit of yellow. It's really important to me that most stuff is tank bred, and these two sweeties are <3
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As long as you like them.
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Driving home with my catch of the day: b&w clown pair, 2 cleaner shrimp and the corals mentioned above

they are not australian b&w's but they are almost all black with only a bit of yellow. It's really important to me that most stuff is tank bred, and these two sweeties are <3
The misbar I got is an ORA tank bred.. He's doing awesome in the QT tank. Wanna move him so bad.. Lol
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The misbar I got is an ORA tank bred.. He's doing awesome in the QT tank. Wanna move him so bad.. Lol
I know right?! It's really hard to not throw them into the DT but I wanna do it right and as long as they show no signs of anything the qt time doesn't have to be too long
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Here are the promised pictures. If you have any suggestions for my SPS and/or the algae (zero phos and lights are in for 9hrs, good strong current) please comment!!!
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