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Old 09-17-2011, 03:39 PM   #911
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I weigh in on the blue eye tang at 75g minimum tank size. They do grow up to 8 inches from what i've read. It;s very similar tothe tomini and the kole tang.
Lol... Good, because I got 1... It's better known as a 2 spotted bristletooth. A also got some yellow tailed damsels. Read they are not as aggressive as most...
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Old 09-17-2011, 03:50 PM   #912
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You're not paranoid about adding so many fish so soon? lol I'm still nervous about my latest fish going in. hehe
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Old 09-17-2011, 03:53 PM   #913
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You're not paranoid about adding so many fish so soon? lol I'm still nervous about my latest fish going in. hehe
No, not since my 55 gallon sump is ready and everything is coming together. Plus this tang is even stressed or skittish.... He's bright as a juvenile can be.... Looks great... The damsels, they are skittish... Lol... How ironic..
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No, not since my 55 gallon sump is ready and everything is coming together. Plus this tang is even stressed or skittish.... He's bright as a juvenile can be.... Looks great... The damsels, they are skittish... Lol... How ironic..
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Old 09-17-2011, 03:58 PM   #915
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Here's some pics... Not very good ones... Sorry
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Old 09-17-2011, 04:01 PM   #916
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Youre gonna love this tang! Mine has adapted very well to his new home very quickly. he is now the 2nd in command of my three tangs. LOL He LOVES algae so he'll be at it in no time.
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Youre gonna love this tang! Mine has adapted very well to his new home very quickly. he is now the 2nd in command of my three tangs. LOL He LOVES algae so he'll be at it in no time.
Y didn't you recommend him the 1st time? Lol... That yellow eye was so nervous...
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I just picked up my tomini like 3 weeks ago. I didn;t know how cool they were til after I got him. Mine dig like make a burrow and sleep in it, kinda weird but pretty neat. Are you qt'ing anymore?
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I just picked up my tomini like 3 weeks ago. I didn;t know how cool they were til after I got him. Mine dig like make a burrow and sleep in it, kinda weird but pretty neat. Are you qt'ing anymore?
Define QTing... Lol... Not like for weeks. No..
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