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Old 11-15-2011, 08:24 PM   #2031
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The metallic brain.
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The juvenile 6-line....
Very nice! Sixlines are great fish. I had one as one of my two first fish, and he just died about a month ago due to a Niger Triggerfish.
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The metallic brain.
The brain looks awesome too! How are their care requirements?

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The brain looks awesome too! How are their care requirements?

Trace elements, moderate light, moderate to low flow. Believe that is correct.
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Phosban reactor is on. And acclimating the shrimp and nem.
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Old 11-15-2011, 09:36 PM   #2037
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Best pic yet! Can u see that blue jaw?!?
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Old 11-15-2011, 09:38 PM   #2038
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Phosban reactor is on. And acclimating the shrimp and nem.
Very cool, I love shrimp!
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Best pic yet! Can u see that blue jaw?!?
Wow, he is a stunning Triggerfish. I think they are one of the more passive types too!
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Very cool, I love shrimp!

Wow, he is a stunning Triggerfish. I think they are one of the more passive types too!
About the only reef semi safe I could fine. But he is stunning! I almost got a fire shrimp, but at 30 a pop... Couldn't do it.
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Well, the 6-line and misbar are getting along, but the hawk keeps stalking it... He is the smallest fish, so hopefully the rocks will protect it.
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