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Old 03-20-2005, 07:36 PM   #1
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FOWLR Pictures & thoughts ...

I've gotten some great advice from the community here. Every time I ask a question I get several informative answers.

Here are some pics of my 90G agressive FOWLR setup. I finally got all the LR in it I wanted thanks to Mike @ Liverock.com (~150lbs).

If anyone notices anything that I could do to make it better or notices anything off please post and let me know.

Thanks!
DaxMAN

FYI --- The Pic's are 1024x768 @ ~ 1/2 meg each, so they aren't the small kind.

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Old 03-20-2005, 07:51 PM   #2
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The tank looks great. I am concerned about your puffer though. Is he stuck? lol J/K
He sat still, in the same spot, for all those pictures. lol
Anyway, good job on the tank.
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He only makes it look like he's stuck. Out of all our fish he is the biggest baby! He eats out of my hand, he is allways starving (according to him anyways), and he's lazy.

I really like our Dogface, he's such a great fish. The only thing that sucks about him is how you are basically limited to zero inverts with him. We could move out our Niger Trigger or our Lunare Wrasse without too much saddness, but loosing puff-puff is not an option.

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Old 03-20-2005, 08:42 PM   #4
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lol I was kidding. I love the dogface puffers also, and what a well trained dog he is too.
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