Haga Haga trip

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  1. rob189

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    ok ive just come back from a week in Haga haga.. while we were there myself and @MattH decided to go for a bit of puddle hopping for fun:thumbup:

    we didnt have high hopes but we were surprised.....

    we only looked for fish on 3 days....

    DAY 1

    various random wrasses....ID's will be needed
    3 convict surgeons
    2 double sash butterflies
    and.....
    a madagascan butterflly (we think)

    DAY 2

    a convict surgeon
    a chocolate surgeon
    a raccoon butterfly
    2 lyretail anthias

    DAY 3

    3 convict surgeons
    1 common wrasse...

    yip that it:yeahdude::yeahdude:

    pics will follow when i figure out how to use my new toy---> CANON EOS 1100D
     
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    Woo hoo... the season is in full swing in East London:thumbup:. Looking forward to the photos.
     
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    Was a good trip! :thumbup:
     
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    Wow nice Rob, I need to get out there and try find some anthias for my tank. :)
     
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    cool stuff . when my wife and I went to haga haga I tried to convince her it meant tan topless in xhosa. win some lose some.
     
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    @Mark...we saw another anthias but we were too lazy to catch it...
     
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    :sifone:
     
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    ok fine....we tried for 2 days before we gave up:pissedoff: lol
     
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    of all the flies caught....can any of them go in a reef tank???
     
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    They'll all eat zoas and inverts. The marlyis will die because they can't handle the high temperature. Their metabolism shuts down.
     
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    Oh.... lps are their favourite... they eat anything with tentacles.
     
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    well then i guess its life for them in the 100L:tt2:
     
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    ok pics....

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    i think im getting the hang of this camera:thumbup:
     
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    awesome catches man love the flies
     
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    Did Michael J Fox take some of those photo's?
     
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    Nice catches
     
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    nasty...but funny!:):lol:


    that's a cutribbon wrasse - Stethojulis interrupta
    the pearly bfly is beautiful
     
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    Thats just evil ;)
     
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    What 'wrasse looking' fish is that in the 2nd pic?
     
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    Sorry, missed that, forget the last post:) Nice catches!!!
     
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