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Rules: This game will start off much like the abc game. You must come up with a word beginning with the next letter of the Alphabet from the preceding post. The catch is the words must be aquarium/fishkeeping related. And you must provide a breif definition of that word. If this does well we will combine all information into our very own Fish Keeping Dictionary. Please keep all posts to Saltwater there will be a separate one for Freshwater.
Edit: When naming fish please stick with the common names. Or do so like this common name/scientific name but make sure you use common for order in alphabet. Thanx


Have Fun. :)

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Aiptasia: A small pest anemone known to over run aquariums quickly. And cause illness/death to any corals they come into contact with. Aiptasia are often combated by introduceing butterfly fish and peppermint shrimp, two natural predators of the aiptasia.
 

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Emperor Angelfish: are known for their dramatic color changes with growth. The juvenile Emperor Angelfish is dark blue-black with a white ring on the rear of the body. This is surrounded by incomplete circles of blue and white.
Adult Emperor Angelfish have diagonal yellow and purplish-blue stripes on the body, and a curved black bar covering the eye.
 

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Goldrim tang a type of tang with a rich brown body shading to bright yellow on the rear...... :D
 

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Ich a type of disease which spreads throughout the tank....:D
 
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Jawfish are aptly named with their huge mouths that seem to take up their entire head. These unique little fish also have large eyes, elongated bodies and unusual lifestyles.
 

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Kerapu sonoh A Yellow Grouper with black spots that originates from the indo-pacific... :D
 
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Macroalgae: Large celled algae plants commonly used in a saltwater or reef aquarium to aid in the natural filtration process. Macroalgaes reduce the levels of phosphates, nitrite and nitrates.


Please be a bit more descriptive in your definitions as these will later be used as a functional part of this site. Incomplete definitions will only need to be elaborated upon later by the moderating staff.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
 
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