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Old 11-19-2011, 06:22 PM   #531
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Just one more reason why boredom is dangerous. Lol
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Old 11-19-2011, 06:25 PM   #532
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Pictures pictures pictures! I love Mandarins! Let us know how he eats.

By the way, the Purple Tang looks fantastic! Are they really as aggressive as people say they are?
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ha, how soon for pictures?
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Pictures pictures pictures! I love Mandarins! Let us know how he eats.

By the way, the Purple Tang looks fantastic! Are they really as aggressive as people say they are?
My yellow and him spat at each other for about 2 hours. Now the purple, yellow and sailfin are schooling! Lol.

Btw- all the tangs right now are pretty much the same body shape so I guess I went against the general rule. Lol
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ha, how soon for pictures?
I'm at apple right now- so about 35-40 minutes? Lol. They are acclimating at home right now with (gulp) the hubby watching. Lol
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I can't wait to add my tangs. Thinking yellow sailfin and powder brown
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I can't wait to add my tangs. Thinking yellow sailfin and powder brown
IMO, the powder tangs and the white cheek are the worst when it comes to ick. They ick up faster than the rest and stress easier.
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Wow I didn't realize that. May have to choose a diff one then. Just ready for more fish
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Crazy about your Tang. I've had Tangs for years and the only other fish they were ever aggressive toward were other Tangs, weird ):
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Tangs are good about getting "ich" or "parasites". UV sterilizers are great for curing that problem.
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