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Old 02-01-2005, 07:29 PM   #1
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I couldn't resist! Hows this for my first tank inhabitant!

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Looks like a decent cleaning crew you got there! Lookout Mantis! LOL

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Old 02-01-2005, 07:35 PM   #3
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that is very funny
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I almost forgot: I hope you have a good skimmer! These species are messy eaters!

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I almost forgot: I hope you have a good skimmer! These species are messy eaters!

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boy oyu got that right!!!
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thats too funny!
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I've heard they create a lot of waste products and have a very high ammonia smell if not changed regularly.
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Sorry...FW guy just had to mention: I would hope you're considering getting a larger tank real soon. I understand this variety will outgrow the tank in a matter of months.
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you just mad my day!!!!!!!
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I've observed that this species ( the young one's ) are experts at licking algae and any other detritous off of the glass.

Too funny.

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