New Frag finally arrived

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  1. JD167

    JD167

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    We picked up our new frag last night.

    Meet Skye.

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    She's the half sister of our other one, Caeser.

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  3. Galactic

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    Wierdest fish I've ever seen
     
  4. Slagter

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    I think you mean CORAL!! LOL!:razz:
     
  5. gaboon

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    Should colour up nicely.
     
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    whats the lighting and water flow require to keep that lovely specimen.
     
  7. Yuri

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    put it back in the tank
    you are stressing it

    lets have sum photos of it in the tank
     
  8. mariusmeyer

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    Hope your skimmer is big enough to cope with the huge bioload. Tank might get a bit small so an upgrade will be necessary as well.
     
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    Believe it or not, this particular specimen does not require water flow, it creates it's own waterflow from the underside of the rearmost section.
     
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    I see it has black spot. What have the guru's got to say about that. (They are gorgeous) Happy training and enjoy the husbandry that goes with it.
     
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