Fish ID

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  1. Mohummud

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    ID on following juvenile - 2cm

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  3. Lord_Blackadder

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    Spot damsel (Abudefduf sordidus)...horrible things. Super aggressive.
     
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    and they are not that beautiful either.
    OK, beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. Or so they say.
     
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    Those Damsels are in distress at all times..very agro..teritorial and always seems irratated..:whistling:
     
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    and they are local.
     
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    They not as aggressive when kept with 5kg plus sized Groupers..... Sweet little fish and always hiding for some reason when Groupers are kept with them...:p
     
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    That's just evil...
     
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    it was a joke
     
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    I know :)
     
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    They're basically the crap that accidentally ends up in your net when you're trying to catch something decent. Usually about 5 at a time, together with sergeant majors and these:

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