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Old 05-01-2012, 10:42 AM   #1
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Maldives and Cool fish in!!

Weve just brought up some Maldives fish from our QT. Including:

Two NICE Yellow Belly Regal Angels
SPECTACULAR Maldives Candy Hogfish
Orange Tail Emperor Angel

And some other interesting fish:

XL Naso Tang
large Blue Throat Trigger Pair
Fourline wrasse (RARE)
Red Maori Wrasse
Female Bellus Angels
Meleagris Leopard Wrasse
true Aiptasia eating filefish

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Old 05-01-2012, 3:45 PM   #2
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Pacific Redstripe Hogfish (Bodianus sepiacaudus)
Is this the hogfish you have in, or are you referring to a yellow candy stripe hogfish?

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Old 05-01-2012, 8:16 PM   #3
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I loved the Yellow Belly Regal Angels! They have a very bright yellow/orange color to their bodies which is hard to find. They both were very fat and impressive. Now if I could only talk the better half into getting one. If only I could promise him that they would never ever touch his coral, then he would want one for our reef tank.

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Pacific Redstripe Hogfish (Bodianus sepiacaudus)
Is this the hogfish you have in, or are you referring to a yellow candy stripe hogfish?
Sorry for the inclarity. It is a Bodianus bimaculatus. Looks like this:


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I loved the Yellow Belly Regal Angels! They have a very bright yellow/orange color to their bodies which is hard to find. They both were very fat and impressive. Now if I could only talk the better half into getting one. If only I could promise him that they would never ever touch his coral, then he would want one for our reef tank.
HAHA! They are very beautiful. But such a guarantee, I wouldnt make. As we discussed, of the large angels, these are generally considered to be some of the most reef safe, with a LOT of reefkeepers keeping them in their reef. However, they are known to nip occasionally, particularly at things like zoanthids. A risk worth taking in my opinion!! LOL

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Old 05-04-2012, 5:20 PM   #5
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I didn't even see this was posted today. I was in the store already and noticed it. When I say notice, I said, "Hey! What is that and how much is it?!"
Sweet fish.

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