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Old 06-11-2007, 01:35 PM   #1
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New Scopas tang

Over the weekend I bought me another tang to go with my yellow tang. After a few days of battling they are best of buds it seems today.Here he is. Sorry about the bad pics as he does not seem to happy to get his pic taken.
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Very nice, how large is it?
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Cool, congrats!
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I would say about 5 inches Micah. I had a problem with him eating flake. I know he ate mysis because I saw that at the LFS but I just put a seaweed piece in there and he tore it up. That`s better for him anyway. Thanks guys
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Thought it was a larger one, surprised about the heavy aggression considering how large your tank is. Glad they are getting along and it's eating well now
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I saw one of them at the LFS the other day, i was amazed by it. Awsome pickup mike. Someone has good taste.
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Thanks Jason. It only lasted two days Micah
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Good choice. Beautiful
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I saw one of those guys at the lfs and thought they were absolutely beautiful! That's great, congrats!.....more pictures to follow right?? (sounds like you might be running out of room~~I'd be happy to help you out...that blue linkia would work for me )
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I cant give up my centerpiece LOL. Every time people come over the first thing they point to are my two seastars. Thanks Msbeanctr and timbo
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