My Lil Fellers thus far...

Discussion in 'Marine Fish Discussions' started by Garethmur, 26 Apr 2010.

  1. Garethmur

    Garethmur

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    Howzit,

    Jus thought id start a thread to add my lil guys as i get'em...

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    1st Lil Fella

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    And this lil guy

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    Then of course, Nemo... couldnt leave the LFS with out em, so said my son.. LOL

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    Then the postman... snailmail only...

    Leave it at that until i know i can handle more....
    Will keep updating as i get new boykies....
     
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  3. Boegie

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    Very nice.
     
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    Singularity Hmmm amper!

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    Added this lil feller about a month ago... busy lil guy he is...
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    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    Those orange spot goby's are very nice little fish. One of the better sand sifting types to have.
     
  7. Garethmur

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    He is an awesome lil guy...
    What I like most is that my "land scape" er sea scape is always a lil different, he carries the crushed coral all over the place, almost covering the live rock on the left side of the tank, and when you look again, the live rock is fully exposed again... made sure he cant topel anything with his digging... lekka lil feller to have... chuffed with him:thumbup:
     
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    I also love them, mine ate pellets as well as frozen food like brine shrimp. But one day he went carpet surfing :(
     
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    My final fish additions for now...
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    Added 3 of these lil fellers...

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    And 6 of these lil fellers....


    DONE FOR NOW...

    Also got a lively substrate happening here...
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    Garethmur Thread Starter

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    More...

    Eating a pellet![​IMG]


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    Moobie!
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    Bristle Worms
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    Some Thingermerjiggers!
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    Domino Addition
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    What the heck is this?
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    The Cave
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    What is this?
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    That little anenome looks like Aptasia to me and is a pest. Try and get rid of them quickly or you could be looking at an epedemic. Search the forum for ways to remove them. If any bit are left while removing they will sprout new young. The Fish are all looking lovely though.

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    I Know its the bad boys, im nuking em as i see em... but had to take some pictures of the lil fell who gulped a whole pellet... thought that was quite interesting LOL, an the big ass one under the lr with all those bristle worms...

    Thanks for the advice tho...
     
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    Nuking In Progress.... (The Hard Way, Need to Rebuild the Nuke Tool)

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    Nice dude, very brave with all those damsels!
     
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    I get goose bumps when ever I see a domino
     
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    Lovely start man
     
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    my domino in my old tank used to bite me everytime i put my hand in the tank ...
     
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    cool pics, nice start
     
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    The only bad thing with domino's, is that when they host in nemmies, they don't get eaten.....:(.....and they host in more species of nemmies than clowns.
     
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    sorry, but I dont understand what you mean? please explain?
     
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    He means he wishes they were eaten;)
     
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