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Old 03-18-2019, 01:25 PM   #391
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The Peppermint shrimp is taunting you, lol.

I would love to have a Sea Slug (my tank is too small for now). They look like a fun creature to observe.

Heading over to my tank, behind the boxes to see if I can find my last Sexy shrimp... the lfs is always out of them.

An Urchin will nom up some excess tank snacks.
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I was just thinking about getting another urchin. They did a good job of keeping things in check when paired up with the sea hare.

Little does the peppermint know is that I ordered a trap for him. See if he makes it to the end of the week.
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The Urchin I had was a great color and always fun to watch.
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Another too long between posting post. This time, after a trip to my local Petco for dog food, I spotted and nabbed myself my favorite of the smaller tangs...the yellow eyed kole tang. As those two feel each other out, there was also another addition that I saw while the prior was being bagged. An ORA aiptasia eating filefish. Very interested to see how this one works out. So far feeling out its environment. We'll see...get those aiptasia!
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Hopefully he eats his fill!

I think I may have seen one of the Yellow Eye at my local store, they had a bunch of different Tangs maybe 5 kinds... more than usual anyway.

Hope they can be happy companions.
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It is a very interesting fish, that's for sure. Kinda floats around and likes the top of my tank...I'd like him by the rock and sandbed where the aiptasia is though. So far everyone appears to be adjusting well. Hard to gauge as I had my hand in the tank for awhile today during lights on scraping away ignored coraline algae off of the front glass and then I stirred up the sandbed some. Had a lot of build up in it.
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