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Old 09-13-2016, 7:12 PM   #1
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Not very good at pictures, but wanted took a few shots for the heck of it.
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Old 09-13-2016, 7:33 PM   #2
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Old 09-13-2016, 7:48 PM   #3
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Looks sharp Amy, but it needs some dwarf lionfish or some seahorses

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Old 09-13-2016, 8:04 PM   #4
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Looks sharp Amy, but it needs some dwarf lionfish or some seahorses

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Don't get me started. I am trying to stick with one tank, but......I do have an empty 40b............
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How's that cooperband? Was he difficult to get eating? My girlfriend really wants one but I'm hesitant


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He was a bit of a booger at first and I only had a couple of aptasia in my tank. Fortunately,(for me, not her) I had a friend with a horrible infestation who gladly let me take some of her rock for food. That gave me a temporary food source, but he wasn't touching the frozen food, so I ordered some blackworms.(seems all fish like blackworms, even the supposed herbivores) He didn't eat them the first day, but the second day I put them in the tank, he went hog wild. Then I started adding frozen at the same time. I got a wide variety to try something different everynight. He now eats, frozen brine, mysis and, of course, reef caviar. I've had him about 3 months. Not sure it is a total success yet, but feeling pretty good about it for now. Ask me again in a couple of years.
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Amy your tank looks beautiful! The next time you sell the orange mushrooms please put me down for 2-3 of them. We are still trying to get the tanks ready for water!

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Amy your tank looks beautiful! The next time you sell the orange mushrooms please put me down for 2-3 of them. We are still trying to get the tanks ready for water!
Holley, I have 2 0r 3 mushrooms whenever your ready. Also, have pink star polyps for you and whatever else is in there you are interested in! Been meaning to call and get you and Hal to come help me do a little fragging!!! Also, I owe you a pizza and some quality time around the pond!
Will you be at the meeting tomorrow?
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Yes, we will be there, hope to see you. We need to get together soon, Hal just removed the last stump.

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Looks like you managed to load it. So, you don't have any tanks running yet at the new pad? If you do, I could bring the Pink Star Polyps and a couple orange shooms.

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No water yet, soon! The 10 trees, the creek and remodeling the basement has been overwhelming for us. Lol
Thank you for the offer on the coral, we will take you up on both the visit and the coral soon.

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No water yet, soon! The 10 trees, the creek and remodeling the basement has been overwhelming for us. Lol
Thank you for the offer on the coral, we will take you up on both the visit and the coral soon.
Sounds like a lot. Let me know if I can help with anything.
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