Your fav coral, fish or invert in your setup

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  1. Q89

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    As the title says, tell us (with a picture) what is your favorite or most precious in your setup.

    I think it would be nice for everyone to see and some might even find the next piece of coral or fish on their shopping list:thumbup:
     
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  3. Q89

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    Here is my fav coral

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    Green Open Brain ([FONT=Arial, Helvetica]Trachyphyllia geoffroyi[/FONT][FONT=Arial, Helvetica])[/FONT]
     
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    hu uh, it still mine, you are just renting it:p
     
  5. ThaneF

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    Long nose hawk

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  6. Evo R

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    Unfortunatly i cant post any of my favourite fish, as i dont have them ...... yet!

    My ALL TIME top 3 are...(they are the reason why i started with marines)

    1st ..... A fully matured adult queen angel.
    2de ..... A Powder blue tang.
    3de ..... A Luner/moon wrasse.

    And all 3 have there own set of problems that one needs to take into consideration before you can house them sucessfully.
     
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    I don`t have him yet.But paid the dep...
     
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    LMGA :lol::lol::lol:


    10 points for you!!
     
  9. SteveZi

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    I love this guy with his pokerchip eye, and also the raccoon butterlfy.
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  10. Yuri

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    My wrought iron butterfly it is even more aggressive at feeding time than my tangs are
    My WI was also collected at ogasawara a japan nature reserve island it is legal to collect there with out scuba
    To get there it takes you 1 day by boat there are no flights there
    Then you can maybe find one
    Then 2 days later a boat can take you back

    I heard thy can be collected at a other Japan island but then thy are collected at about 40m and do not decompress properly

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    This is not my WI I have a smaller one that look even better
     
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    For me it's our Midas Blenny, I know he is not a 'special' but adds such character to the tank.


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    My Court Jester Goby (Amblygobius rainfordi) what a character!! Such a funny guy to watch cruising around looking for a meal....I reckon he lives off Diatoms in my tank, Ducks for cover every time my jumping bean gets close

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    I Really Want a BlobFish

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    Then I suppose my second favourite would be our blue spot sleeper goby for doing such a great job of keeping our tank clean. He is so tidy and never drops sand onto the rocks.

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    HEY, WHERE DID YOU GET THIS PICTURE OF MY MOTHER-IN-LAW??!
     
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    looks lke the new 3d games thats out on PS3 and xbox :tt2:
     
  18. Jeann1

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    I must say my Scopas Tang .. (Zebrasoma Scopas)

    dont have a close up pic of him, but this gives you an idee

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    My most precious would have to be my Gem Tang...my favourite would have to be my Queen Angel though. :)
     
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    Cool where did u get a Jester Goby? I have always wanted one, but never seen one in real life before! Awesome! :thumbup:
     
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    Got him at my local LFS (non sponser) I reckon in a small system with lots of things for him to eat they are interesting additions Im fascinated to find out what he actually eats, but he does get bullied by my Bean....they quite shy and very small
     
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