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Old 03-06-2005, 02:30 AM   #1
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some words of advice...

...never go shopping at the LFS when you are feeling sorry for yourself and in the midst of a jam up pitty party ....

I came home with a niger trigger, hawaiian blue spot puffer, midas blenny and 3 banggai cardinals. Also placed an order for a medium sized australian harlequin tuskfish.

Fish all seem to be doing well and eating already. Will post pics when they are settled in.
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wowza! congrats!
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Old 03-06-2005, 02:44 AM   #3
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Wow, Hara! You did come home with a handful, er, tankful!

Did you get another tank? I thought the empty tank you had was turned into that terrarium. I hope you didn't take that out; it was gorgeous!

I'm glad the fish are doing well (and hope you are feeling better too)!
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Hmmm...another method of comforting ourselves! This may be similiar to shopping when you're hungry?

Congrats on the new aquisitions!

(I do hope you feel better soon...LFS may wind up going out of business)
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Did you get another tank?
when i took down the 30, i put a 55 in its place..also, my 175 was looking bare.
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awsome Hara!
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these are the best I could do so far, the midas blennie pic is very blurred but you can at least see the gorgeous coloring. I took a wonderful movie of this fish, it is very active and out front all the time, I was worried I would never see it for it hiding in the rock. Actually, I have that problem with the Niger Trigger..no pics of it yet.
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Yeah...puffers are usually full of personality. Mine is a front and center type too. When you walk past the tank, he follows you. Congrats on the new additions...can't wait for pics.
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Sounds like a few winners there. My midas is one of my favorites too. Beautiful color and eel like swimming motion. Love the way he backs into his perch and watches things. Mine'll also perch on PHs and the corner of the tank since he's gotten confotable in the 5 months or so I've had him. I've been recommending those to folks a lot lately.

BTW. Feel better?
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a little, its hard to stay preoccupied with things when you are busy taking
care of other stuff. thanks for asking.
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