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post #31 of 91 Old 09-02-2006, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
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post #33 of 91 Old 09-03-2006, 08:43 AM
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8) I love the julii best of all. Are the shells sea shells?

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The shells are all sea shells. I was hoping to find something a bit closer to the shells found in their natural habitat, But unfortunatly, this was all I was able to find. The Meleagris' don't seem to mind as two of the males have territorialized their shell beds. The third male has taken to the rocks and the three females have been sticking to the open water, occasionally venturing to one of the clusters of shells to test the males. Two of them have shown some early indications that they may pair up.

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I think my favourite are the brichardi lovely little fish! keep up the goodwork steve dont be suprised if your tangs get abit neglected by onlookers once your salty tank is up and running :)

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As long as they're not neglected by their caregivers, that's all that matters. :D

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I think my favourite are the brichardi lovely little fish! keep up the goodwork steve dont be suprised if your tangs get abit neglected by onlookers once your salty tank is up and running
Let's just hope no one can resist glancing at Steve's beautiful babies.
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post #39 of 91 Old 09-06-2006, 03:15 PM
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ok steve-o..here's my post:

being new to the the fish-keeping hobby, i dont know a whole lot about what i am doing, but i have to say that its refreshing to be a part of a community that obviously takes pride and great care in what they believe in. i love being able to look at everyone's tank and set a goal for my future tanks. i am awed by the intricacy and beauty of your tank. you obviously took your time and carefully thought out what exactly you wanted and where to place it. i like the quote that you have in your signature..."take pride in what you do, for it is a reflection of who you are"..and i think that you are doing a great job of demonstrating that quote in action. keep up the great work. ^^

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Steve, weren't you supposed to post pics here?
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