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Old 09-26-2012, 08:32 PM   #21
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I would go with a Skunk cleaner. Very effective shrimp, serve multiple purposes, very vibrant, and probably have the most personality.
LOVE my cleaner shrimp. Here's some pics of him cleaning my bartletts anthias. He'll spend couple minutes cleaning her every few days. It's so cute to watch. Definitely recommend cleaner shrimp!!

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Old 09-26-2012, 09:47 PM   #22
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Ok, went through my phone and posted some quick pictures in my profile, so you can look at my profile and just click on pictures. I will post more, especially of the aggressive tank in the near future.
Great pics, ur tank is awesome, i want a mandrin myself, was that a pic of a horseshoe crab or a ray? How big does it get? I loved it
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Old 09-26-2012, 11:42 PM   #23
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It's a horseshoe crab. One of my favorites. And they are pretty entertaining swimmers!!! Lol they are awesome at sifting sand, my opinion the best at sifting sand. My opinion, a must have for every non aggressive tank. They grow to be big, but I have had mine since February and haven't noticed that much growth. Right now that one is about the size of a quarter, another the same size, and the other is about a half dollar size.
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Also, thanks Antonio718. This wasn't any of their original tanks. All the invertebrates were in a 10 gallon tank, and most of the fish were in a 56 column tank. It is still a work in progress. I will keep posting pics.
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:11 AM   #25
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Also, thanks Antonio718. This wasn't any of their original tanks. All the invertebrates were in a 10 gallon tank, and most of the fish were in a 56 column tank. It is still a work in progress. I will keep posting pics.
No prob, and yes keep posting pics, ill probally have new pics up friday when i go get my shrimps lol
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Old 09-28-2012, 06:42 PM   #26
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Got my two new editions to my tank, coral banded shrimp and a lettuce nudibranch


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I love the coral banded shrimp!!!! Inverts are my favorite!!!! The best tank I ever started was my invert tank!!! I am probably going the my LFS tomorrow and buying a mated pair! If I do I will post the pics so you can see.
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I love the coral banded shrimp!!!! Inverts are my favorite!!!! The best tank I ever started was my invert tank!!! I am probably going the my LFS tomorrow and buying a mated pair! If I do I will post the pics so you can see.
Thats my favorite invert, i always wantes one from the first day i seen it, yes post pics up would like to see, probally next week im gonna get another fish, just dont kno which one yet, thinking of a flame angel but im worried he will bother my clowns i heard they can be bullys and i heard it would best to get him last, i might get a raccoon butterfly fish which is one of my favorites too, and i kno eventually it will out grow my tank but my lfs said i can bring it back when it gets big and i can do a trade in or something
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