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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

another zoa id thread lol


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    Default another zoa id thread lol

    picked it up at mmc and have no clue what it is but i like it alot!

    IMG 0397 - another zoa id thread lol

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    what zoa in the pic are you talkin about

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    Probably the middle one Ricki.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Quote Originally Posted by larryandlaura View Post
    Probably the middle one Ricki.
    im sorry i should have specified, the middle one

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    idk blue hornet

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcombs View Post
    idk blue hornet
    no i have blue hornets, these look a little different, ill try to take a better picture im sorry for crappy quality.

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    what color mouth, ect. little offset cause the blues. dont be sorry lol

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    IMG 0403 - another zoa id thread lol
    IMG 0402 - another zoa id thread lol

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    its black with a blackish gray mouth

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    black hole suns?

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    to me they look more like a black hornet then a black hole sun because the black hole sun has the perfect ring like a hornet where the black hornet has the non perfect ring like mine, but im open to any idea what it is!

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