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Discussion in 'ID Needed' started by animalia, 11 Jul 2009.

  1. animalia

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    Hi Guys Could you please Id these critters in the tank - they take all the food they can get then messes the food around - are a real nuisance - walk all over and upsets everything!!














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  3. Kavir

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    Ha Ha that dont look reef safe at all.

    But they'l be really good help wit aquascaping(with caution)
     
  4. Jaak

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    Ha ha ha...
     
  5. riyadhessa

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    :lol:...
     
  6. RUAN

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    yip defnitly not reef safe:p
     
  7. Stressed Eric

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    Lol lol lol ! The two most expensive hobbies right there . . .
     
  8. chikaboo

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    They look like they havent been acclimatised properly;) - maybe a few more years in quarantine and they should be OK
     
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    Oh no, those are definitely not reef safe. I have 2 of those aswell. The one is a year old, and I found it munching on a hermit that manged to make its way out of the tank :p
     
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    Def not reef safe...the mess up your glass with grubby little hand and keep on chasing nemo ;)
     
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    lol - those inverts will require lots of care and costs a fortune, not reefsafe though :p
     
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  13. Kavir

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    Survival of the fittest...
     
  14. sihaya

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    Hmm... all I can say is that they're typically very picky eaters and that you will need a bigger tank. ;-)
     
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    Its too early to stock your tank,
     
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