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Old 02-16-2014, 08:21 PM   #11
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I keep cold-water marine aquariums. Pacific NW species mostly. The only fish in any of my cold water tanks that I haven't collected myself is the blackeyed goby.
Oh so its kelp planted? I have never seen that! Cool
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Old 02-16-2014, 09:16 PM   #12
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Oh so its kelp planted? I have never seen that! Cool

Thanks! The kelp grows almost as fast as the hermits rip it off the rocks... Lol. I think once I upgrade my lights the kelp may get the upper hand.
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Thanks! The kelp grows almost as fast as the hermits rip it off the rocks... Lol. I think once I upgrade my lights the kelp may get the upper hand.
Thats really unique nice job ! XD
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What pipefish is that?
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What pipefish is that?

It's a Bay Pipefish. I've had this guy for a little over 4 months now. (I've got 5 bay pipefish in total). They are great fish, not shy at all, and have lots of character. They are definitely one of my favorites, even though I have to hand collect amphipods for them to eat.
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Wow. How often?
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I collect amphipods once a week usually. It's only about 5 miles from my house, so it's not a big ordeal. But I have had to collect them in rainstorms and in 20 degree weather a few times. I sure love my fish. Lol.
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