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0-10 30 22.56%
11-20 30 22.56%
21-30 12 9.02%
31-40 7 5.26%
41-50 12 9.02%
51-60 12 9.02%
61-70 4 3.01%
71-80 3 2.26%
81-90 3 2.26%
91-100 3 2.26%
101-110 0 0%
111-120 1 0.75%
121-130 3 2.26%
131-140 0 0%
141-150 0 0%
151-160 0 0%
161-170 0 0%
171-180 1 0.75%
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Old 10-29-2011, 03:47 AM   #131
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Old 10-29-2011, 03:48 AM   #132
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Why are you so against that? It's less stress than having someone else do it, package them, ship them, Lfs gets fish, fish has to acclimate to store water, etc. in this case the fish is caught and then put in display tank or qt. I have caught some fish like a sharp nose puffer and a blenny and my friends has caught French angelfish, queen angelfish, wrasses, and a lot of others. I've caught queen triggerfish juveniles myself too.
I just cant see it.
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Old 10-29-2011, 09:23 AM   #133
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It's not like just take them. I have a permit. There are restrictions on where I can take them from.
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Old 10-29-2011, 11:41 AM   #134
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It's not like just take them. I have a permit. There are restrictions on where I can take them from.
Ya i was also wondering about that. Thanks
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Old 10-29-2011, 12:19 PM   #135
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How about koi worth several hundred dollars (a piece)?
A koi breeder near me sells them (depending on type, coloring, & size) for 5k to 10k a FISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They are really beautiful (and HUGE!) but i can not justify spending that amount of money on a single fish!
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Old 11-02-2011, 11:49 PM   #136
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Just spent 150 on my juvenile australian harlequin tusk
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Old 11-06-2011, 12:26 AM   #137
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Just spent 150 on my juvenile australian harlequin tusk
He is such a beautiful fish, I love them. If they were reef safe I would probably get one for my future 180g. Do they eat coral, or just shrimp and snails etc.? Thanks
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Old 11-06-2011, 11:19 AM   #138
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Honestly redsea im not sure. Their coloring is SOOO much brighter in person though.I've got 2 super trooper hermits in my 125 lol. They coexist with 2 triggers a volitan, and a puffer.... hopefully the tusk doesn't eat them.
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Old 11-08-2011, 04:28 PM   #139
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Honestly redsea im not sure. Their coloring is SOOO much brighter in person though.I've got 2 super trooper hermits in my 125 lol. They coexist with 2 triggers a volitan, and a puffer.... hopefully the tusk doesn't eat them.
Wow, cool about the hermits with your hermit eating fish, LOL! That is so awesome that they coexist.

Maybe I should set up a 125g just for a Tusk, Hehe.

Thanks for posting!
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I spent about $25 on my two angelfish. Lucked out and bought a breeding pair, too!
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