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Old 11-21-2011, 08:01 PM   #581
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I agree, for my 125g I was thinking a Red Mandarin and one other.
Yeah. I would kill for a red. The spotted just doesn't do it for me I guess. Btw- I named my mandarin peekaboo. Lol
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Old 11-21-2011, 08:02 PM   #582
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Yep, the males have a larger dorsal fin, I picked my female from 2 the lfs had put aside for me so I was able to actually see the two side by side and it is a noticeable difference.

Mine also started with cyclopeeze, so that's good to hear that yours is at least pecking at it. Good sign!
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Yeah. I would kill for a red. The spotted just doesn't do it for me I guess. Btw- I named my mandarin peekaboo. Lol
Haha, that is a great name. It fits their personality extremely well, because that is exactly how they move about the rocks!
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Yep, the males have a larger dorsal fin, I picked my female from 2 the lfs had put aside for me so I was able to actually see the two side by side and it is a noticeable difference.

Mine also started with cyclopeeze, so that's good to hear that yours is at least pecking at it. Good sign!
Awesome. I'm so glad am I much better at SW than I am at keeping my bonsai alive. Lol
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Woohoooo!!!!
Nice!! Congrats.
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Just wanted to let you know that your tank is hideous.... absolutely ugly...


(Ps not really...it looks beautiful)
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Just wanted to let you know that your tank is hideous.... absolutely ugly...

(Ps not really...it looks beautiful)
Lol. Same to you huma Jk :P
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Woohoooo!!!!
Very cool! Congrats!
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Lol. Same to you huma Jk :P
Hey now that wasn't nice! I gotta go hug my tank now....
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