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Old 06-13-2003, 12:17 PM   #1
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Pics of my tank inhabitants

Finally got around to taking a few pics. Here's a pic of my scooter blenny popping up to say hello. He was very shy for about 2 weeks and would only eat algae off of the live rock. But lately he has been a very agressive eater - taking both brine shrimp and flakes with his tank mates. I also took a pic of my 2 tomato clowns. They're little guys now but they eat like mad!!

PS - Try not to make fun of my fake corals - my girlfriend loves them!
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Great pics!!

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Here's a pic of my scooter blenny
Just aFYI, the fish isn't a sccoter, it's a algae blenny aka lawnmower blenny. They are great fish, they have personality!!
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You know something - that's what I thought too! But the LFS dude insisted otherwise!
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love the clowns!
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But the LFS dude insisted otherwise!
Go tell the LFS dude he was wrong. They are great fish though, one of my favorites!!
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Just aFYI, the fish isn't a sccoter, it's a algae blenny aka lawnmower blenny. They are great fish, they have personality!!
I agree,


Put a piece of NORI in the tank and he will probably go nuts for it...
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