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Old 12-07-2011, 07:16 PM   #711
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Awesome. Can't wait to c pics
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Old 12-07-2011, 09:47 PM   #712
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Woohoo! I finally found my lieutenant tang!!! Acclimating now!
Nice choice!! Is it the yellow juvi or is it an adult?

Are you still getting a purple tang?
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Not my fowlr... But another tank in the house....
Cool, a new tank! Congrats!
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Woohoo! I finally found my lieutenant tang!!! Acclimating now!
Awesome, can't wait to see!
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Nice choice!! Is it the yellow juvi or is it an adult?

Are you still getting a purple tang?
I think she already has one, not sure though.
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Nice choice!! Is it the yellow juvi or is it an adult?

Are you still getting a purple tang?
It's an adult- no streamers yet though . The bars are just separating now.

I have the purple in my tank now. He had ick for two weeks but he looks amazing now!!
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Ok. When I got home lights were out- got some ok pics though. Also, got my moonlight today. They look much brighter in the pic though. Love em!
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Very nice tang. He will be swimming around tomorrow. Is he in the tank with your other tangs?

I see what you mean about caves, you have a lot of them.

Purple tang is my next purchase.
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Well- the lt tang was definitely worth the wait and search! Just made dinner and while sitting at the table he was putting on a show! Was so cool to watch him swim up then almost dive bomb the sand bed only to turn to his side and almost surf over my corals on the sand bed
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That means he feels at home on the first day so cool
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