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Old 08-01-2008, 08:32 PM   #11
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wow, impressive collection. I'd like to see you get into reefing next. I'm thinking maybe an ORA Blue Oregon Tort to start.
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Awesome looking fish! It is fish like that that make me want to do a SW tank one day. Congrats on the new pick up.
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I too have a snowflake. I Think the snowflake is an awesome specimen. For being one of the cheapest eels if not THE cheapest, i think its really beautiful. Usually the cheapest of something is one of the most ugliest. But i just got my snowflake yesterday, and unlike the ones i have had before this one loves to SWIM during the day! he'll go in his cave for an hour or two, then he just takes off!! He swims for like and hour then back into cave. ANYONE ELSE HAVE THIS???
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Sounds like he is getting settled or trying to find a comfy spot. Tim
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Old 08-19-2008, 02:59 PM   #15
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Absolutely beautiful eel....my lfs has two that I've been drooling over for several weeks....the smaller one is about 8 inches long....he's on sale this week for $849. The larger one is about 10 inches long and he's $1200.

Guess I'll I have to look at this post daily to get my fix. Again, that one is a beauty-Congrats!!
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those are some amazing fish. love the eels also.
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