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my three new fish


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    Myteemouse - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Got these three beauties shipped straight from hawaii. got here yesterday!
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    still on first step of twelve

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    Myteemouse - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    6 inch blue jaw trigger male
    pair of Hawaiian flame wrasse
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    still on first step of twelve

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    Rabidgoose - Reefkeeper Moderator

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myteemouse View Post
    6 inch blue jaw trigger male
    pair of Hawaiian flame wrasse
    Very nice additions!!!
    I simply can't trust people that don't like bacon,

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    Myteemouse - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    thanks they were kind spendy but I still got a good deal on the original price..
    I love the wrasse pair.. And the blue jaw is prolly 1 inch thick side to side.
    yesterday during drip acclimation he was spitting water like a sprinkler.
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    sweeeeeet!!!!!!!!

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    Lol-a fish that spits-cool! Beautiful Wrasses too
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    I have never cared for triggers I have seen but that guy is SWEET! And has a bad@ss personality to go with it! Beautiful fish.
    Heidi

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    Awesome fish!

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    Myteemouse - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Myteemouse - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    trigger still not eating BUT my last trigger didn't eat for a week when I first got him
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