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Old 10-01-2011, 10:12 PM   #311
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Cleaner shrimp are still acclimating, pics of them later
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Old 10-01-2011, 10:14 PM   #312
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Cleaner shrimp are still acclimating, pics of them later
Ur clowns will be completely black and white when they mature. My lfs has them in his display tank. His are a year old and completely b&w. Sps look great too!
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very pretty clowns. we almost got a picasso today. but then i would be hesitant about a black ice latter.
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Old 10-02-2011, 02:34 AM   #314
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very pretty clowns. we almost got a picasso today. but then i would be hesitant about a black ice latter.
Aren't those Picasso clowns really expansive?
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$44 that was it. not a bad looking specimen either.
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Old 10-02-2011, 02:40 AM   #316
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Ur clowns will be completely black and white when they mature. My lfs has them in his display tank. His are a year old and completely b&w. Sps look great too!
Dunno, did u see the base of the SPS? It's completely white :,( what should I do?
I moved it down some. Maybe that'll help ?!

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$44 that was it. not a bad looking specimen either.
Not bad did they have em in pairs?
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only one that looked amazing. a few others that did not look as "fancy"
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how are your b&w's doing? and the new corals?
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how are your b&w's doing? and the new corals?
They r doing great! I woke my boyfriend up with a I-got-black-and-white-clownfishies song LOL
Did a water change in the big tank. Won't do or add anything more right now, worried that I'm going to fast LOL
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yep. so far, sweety pie and i have done good with sticking to a little bit a week to let everything settle down and even out.
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