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Old 06-27-2012, 01:33 PM   #11
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I like the little Pygmy. Also like the coral beauty. I just finally got me some led lights. U got the marineland 21 inch hidden led strip. Pretty sweet and its completely submersible. I like the moon mode that's got the blue. Makes my mushrooms really pop! My mccoskers looks cool in it too. Will this light bring out the blue in any fish or what? I've seen the springeri damsels light up pretty nice with them. Any other's that do this good?
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Old 06-27-2012, 02:09 PM   #12
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Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Tank Bred Indigo Dottyback, Pseudochromis sankeyi x fridmani

I added this guy to my 55 reef and love him. He is very unique as he is a mix of a orchid and striped dottyback.
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Very nice. A little pricey but a good looking fish indeed. Anyone know how the neon blue gobies or the chalk bass looks under the moonlight leds?
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I had both in my 36 for some time. The goby would hang out on a mushroom leather I had. The chalk bass was my favorite. Was sad to see him go. You have to be careful with compatability with them. Basslets and dottybacks dont like fish that look like them. My larger royal gramma was the end of the chalk bass and I havent got another due to similarities with dottybacks. Id recommend either the chalk bass or dottyback. They are really neat fiah that dart in and out if the rockwork, especially at feeding time. Very fast.
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