What is your most....

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  1. maj

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    .....rewarding peice of Livestock to observe in your tank?

    Does SPS ,LPS or Softies seem more attractive

    Does Tangs,Triggers,Angels or school of Anthias make your setup more appealing?

    All in all,try to name one item in your current setup that is the BIGGEST attraction.




    I would say my Torch Coral -Lurve LPS:thumbup:
     
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  3. Manic

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    Midas Blenny who thinks he is an anthia :)
     
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    does he school with ur anthias?
     
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    All the time. Never leaves the anthias alone. It is also funny because if he swims into a cave or under a rock he swims upside down...
     
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    Longnose hawkfish. He checks me out more than I do him. Almost like I'm the one in a tank. :whistling:
     
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    Salfin tang , Dragonet &

    As Manic said - - MIDAS BLENNY

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    my anenome crabs and cleaner shrimps
     
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    My Niger Trigger, he has like a 6th sense... whenever the jumping bean is about to pounce on him, he does a 180 and quickly returns the favour...;)
     
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    Can I borrow him to take care of my angry ebli angel
     
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    six line wrasse

    watchin the wrasse glide gracefully in and out of the rockwork looking for pods. Then when he realises im watching him he tries to be as elusive as possible. Also my boxing shrimp combing the rockwork with its million arms lol :shuriken:
     
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    My lion comming out at night to feed. And watch it swim around gracefully.
     
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    gMAN with the plan

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    hahahaha... no prob, lemme know when you wanna fetch him ;)
     
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    also got my clown that is so possesive over his kenya tree that he hosts in,always chasing evry fish away from his "anenome" so funny to see
     
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    Its a trick question..............
     
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    My clown is possessive over a whole corner of my tank. If I put a coral any where in that corner, the clown goes and bites it and puts it on the other side of the tank.
     
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    My reverse fishy :p a Bi colour blennie. that does reverse parking into all his little holes, or otherwise sitting on the rock and watching the strange things on two legs.

    Also I love my Blonde naso, so elegant and gracefull!.
    And ... ok stop - I love watching my tank :p
     
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    I say it is a mix between my Foxface and the open brain, the foxy because of it's chameleon style of yellow to grey to yellow withing the minute is awsome to see and the brain because it is the only thing in my tank which appreciates being fed by hand. He shows appreciation by puffing out nice 'n big once he has had his meal of mysis shrip or seafood mix.
     
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    Thats why I dont like clowns. They hate my fingers so everything I touch gets knocked over by them.
     
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    mmmmmmmmm a tough one for me as most of you know Im more a fish guy than coral guy, but I recon for me there is two fish combined that are the attraction from a personality perspective and that would be the Niger and Undulated Triggers these two are like an old married couple giving each other a go all the time.

    From a asthetics point of view I would have to say my Moorish Idol

    As for corals well it would be my Candy Cane

    Trev
     
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    for me it would be my bristle tooth tang
     
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