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Old 05-31-2012, 12:37 AM   #811
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Haha adam, you can come and get it! That is a good deal, i would like to get it but not sure how far away it is..
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Old 05-31-2012, 08:11 AM   #812
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Lol just found a blue stag for 15$ at my not so local lfs. I'm probably going to get it. They also have a 12$ engineer goby.

So did you already pick out the foxface your getting?
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Old 05-31-2012, 01:16 PM   #813
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I'm telling you should get a possum wrasse
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Old 05-31-2012, 01:58 PM   #814
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Tank looks great guys! really! You both did a nice job with it!

I like the engineer goby shot the best, I wish mine would come out for pictures but my "teddy bear" ( yep, thats his name lol) just backs up into his caves so I can only see his head! Silly fish!! lol

Continued good luck guys with your tank, you are doing it right and taking your time so it should be beyond awesome when youre done!!
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Tank looks great guys! really! You both did a nice job with it!

I like the engineer goby shot the best, I wish mine would come out for pictures but my "teddy bear" ( yep, thats his name lol) just backs up into his caves so I can only see his head! Silly fish!! lol

Continued good luck guys with your tank, you are doing it right and taking your time so it should be beyond awesome when youre done!!
Thats so much carey! Means alot coming from you!!

How much rock do you have? Our boy goes crazy at night! He is so interesting to watch though! Awesome fish

Thanks what do you think about having 2 big monti's..one in each corner?

Krocky i like the possum! I want a wrasse that gets bigger though..
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YES!!! Get the montis, maybe one green with purple rim and the classic red? Check out Jedi montis and a few other collector ones, they'll blow your mind.
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Monti's are beautiful, but they require a lot of fragging. They will over-top things quickly, in the right situation! I'm currently rearranging right now because of this. This ones going in for trade tomorrow!! Hoping to get a deal on a nice Aussie Acro!! Don't know though, I need supplies. :-(
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Dude that thing is amazing! I really want one.. But it takes a long time to grow right?? Im impatient.. Lol
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How about a leopard wrasse those get up to 6 inches and rated for a 50 gallon. Plus they look very awesome and there reef safe
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How about a leopard wrasse those get up to 6 inches and rated for a 50 gallon. Plus they look very awesome and there reef safe
They look awesome!! But, they are expert only on LA..

That monti is awesome bro! Like jack said, how long does it take for them to get like that? I am going to buy one the very next time i see it
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