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Old 07-06-2012, 11:36 PM   #21
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I'm sorry but I don't feel bad you living in Hawaii, try a few crappy Chicago winters!

Mine would be somewhat realistic if I could find them, cryptoheros myrnae.
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Old 07-07-2012, 01:14 AM   #22
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id love to have two fish, lion fish and a seahorse, neither would work in my reef aquarium.one because of his big mouth the other to delicate,
It may be possible for you to have a fuzzy dwarf lion fish in your tank. I don't know what you have but FDLF are reef compatible. What kind of fish if any do you have?
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don.t tease me like that, lol,i have damsels angels sailfin molly, emerald crabs, starfish, shrimp,snails,firefish, royal grammas, clowns, tang, pompom crab
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don.t tease me like that, lol,i have damsels angels sailfin molly, emerald crabs, starfish, shrimp,snails,firefish, royal grammas, clowns, tang, pompom crab
Your starfish, snail, crabs and tang should be ok with a fuzzy dwarf lion fish. At least ours doesn't eat them
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I also want a mandarin fish if I ever go over to the marine side. I would need an old refugium.
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:54 AM   #26
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A 100,000 gal tank with dolphins and sea turtles
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wow ok, i will go and check them out online, guessing being a dwarf means smaller mouth,lol
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Who needs fantasy football when we can have fantasy Aquatic life?

Ok Emerald 76, I want dolphins and sea turtles, too with a cool reef but also giant clams and a Galapagos Land turtle mated pair and a Japanese style Koi pond with hundreds of different Koi.

Just putting that out there LOL!
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Ok Emerald 76, I want dolphins and sea turtles, too with a cool reef but also giant clams and a Galapagos Land turtle mated pair and a Japanese style Koi pond with hundreds of different Koi.

Just putting that out there LOL!
Koi are a goal that can be reached, they wont cost you alot. You can buy very nice koi here starting from like 22-1000 Euros. And dolphins are no fish=p,
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Thanks tukker, your kind encouragement is appreciated.

I started already and have four young butterfly Koi and four little goldfish in a pre-formed 125 Gal pond, waiting to move to a different house and I will build a in ground pond for the ones I have. Today I saw Dragonfish71 and Hubby's pond and stream!!! Gorgeous, I would love to have something like that too.

Definitely don't have the funds to do a fabulous Japanese Koi pond garden though!

Good point about the Dolphins! LOL
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