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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) )

Saltwater Mollies

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    I think another silver...

    How are your black ones doing?

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    Hi jim. Any updates?
    Detroit's oldest large LED tank! Est'd Jan 2005, went LED June 2009. 6' wide 130g reef, Sunbrite T10 LED tubes (3xGen 3 and 1xGen 1), mostly SPS, but chalices, other LPS, and a few softies too.

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    Mine are gone now as well....but I am pretty certain they eventually found their way into the maxi mini anemones that have taken out countless fish in my system. It sure is a lot easier loss when the fish cost $2 each though.

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    dputt88 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Aug 2012
    Romeo MI
    Awards Tank of the Month - January 2013 Tank of the Month Post and Reply Award - Finding Nemo PAR contest Fishbowl Drawing Winner - Summer Swap Fishbowl Winner (Red Dragon)


    i once brought guppies to 1.016 , they cant breed under those conditions.. i was hoping my little eel would eat the young, he doesnt care it only eats rotifers, pods, more pods and brine.

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    Jan 2013

    Exclamation saltwater guppy molly

    First of all Molly like black "shenpos" with short fin is died in acclimatization every time i tried.
    Guppy is 30% chance on death.
    They lived for 4 weeks:
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAQ1h2YsTSU&list=UUKUrk7QnK1_OftcCo1W86Lg& index=25]Kaesh Saltwater guppy - YouTube[/ame]

    the mollys from "latippina" family can handle full saltwater and nipping the glass for algea, and pretty good in higher flow water:
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eveOt0AI7LQ]Saltwater molly nipping algea from side - YouTube[/ame]

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