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Old 07-22-2011, 01:49 PM   #11
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It is a SW tank, it looks very similar to some pearlfish I looked up. Check out better pictures...
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Old 07-22-2011, 01:50 PM   #12
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Looks like he's liking the new digs
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That's pretty sweet! Is that a platy(molly?) in a SW tank? I know they are brackish but I didn't know they could handle full SW
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That's pretty sweet! Is that a platy(molly?) in a SW tank? I know they are brackish but I didn't know they could handle full SW
hes talking about the clear eel like one
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Yes it is a Mollie. I originally put him in there when I started my tank, assuming they wouldn't make it. They were acclimated to SW at my lfs when I bought them.

And yes I was actually talking about the long transparent one.
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Yes it is a Mollie. I originally put him in there when I started my tank, assuming they wouldn't make it. They were acclimated to SW at my lfs when I bought them.

And yes I was actually talking about the long transparent one.

Yes I was aware of that, I was just curious about the molly in the SW. I have no idea about hitchhikers so I left that to the experts. I should have been more clear!
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With the better picture I'm almost sure that it is a pearlfish congratulations its a very cool little fish
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I'm jealous! Everyone else gets lil snails and crabs and stuff ...he gets some cool fish as a hh...
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It looks like some kind of tilefish, though I couldnt find an exact match. creepy looking to me.... eewww
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creepy? that is a cool looking fish!!!
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