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Old 11-06-2011, 10:50 AM   #1
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the new girl in town

So excited about my new black and while clownfish. I for a pair of orange And white recently, and one of them ended up on a power head. so I waited a bit And got this little one!
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Old 11-06-2011, 10:52 AM   #2
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Very nice, they look great!
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gorgeous! and lots of space too
what else is in the tank? x
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Old 11-06-2011, 11:04 AM   #4
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I Have a orange diamond goby, he was my first fish and has provided So.much entertainment as he is constantly redoing his burrows. The two clowns, and also a baby foxface that I am holding for a friend. I have a few Turbo snails Ans hermits, along with a cleaner shrimp. The next project is to get some more live rock I think- I set it up in April And am amazed at how addictive it has become
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SW is amazing and i am in the process of persuading my parents to let me get one, the prime example would be happy and beautiful tanks and fish like yours x
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Old 11-06-2011, 11:16 AM   #6
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O yes, I love my tank. I have a 12 gal tank that I use for housing new arrivals, and plan on converting it to a small reef in a year or so. My 55 is at my office, and a girl Just has to have one at home also.
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of course

isnt the rock in the photo live? x
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Yes, I started out with about 25 lbs of live, along with 30 of base rock and now all of the rocks are showing the growth of the coralline algae and such. Here are some photos of the rocks that were taken 4 months apart (june-sept)
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and thats the orange diamond goby? very nice, how big is it now then?
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I am a bit bad with judging size, but i do know that he has gained quite a bit of weight since i added him- the 'fat and happy' saying definitely applies to this guy.
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