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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) )

You have got to see this Clown Fish!!!


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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Default You have got to see this Clown Fish!!!

    Scroll down mid page. WOW!



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    redemer123 - Reefkeeper
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    Cant see the pic
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    its just that lightning maroon clown i think. that thing has been around for awhile and is a pretty cool fish

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    PNG Lightning Maroon Clownfish 9 - You have got to see this Clown Fish!!!

    lightning maroon clownfish - You have got to see this Clown Fish!!!

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    Looks like bass bait to me, I really don't care for the odd ball clowns. You can keep your burn victim clowns, misbars, etc, etc. lol. Though that goofy thing is better than most of the other "strange clowns". Different? yes, attractive?, not so much.

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    This one's prettier~lol.
    Last edited by MizTanks; 03-25-2011 at 08:21 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmalone View Post
    Looks like bass bait to me, I really don't care for the odd ball clowns. You can keep your burn victim clowns, misbars, etc, etc. lol. Though that goofy thing is better than most of the other "strange clowns". Different? yes, attractive?, not so much.
    couldnt agree anymore, i hate this clown it is my least favorite it defines ugly. I love my extreme misbar he has two dots on the top of the middle and back "stripes" and an almost full bar on the front bar.
    1405 joe extreme misbar - You have got to see this Clown Fish!!!
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    My sis wants a pair of clowns~I'm not into them at all~I'm trying to convince her they're mean
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    That lightning clown is by far the coolest clown I have ever seen....and I am not a "designer" clown type person.

    Where can i get one for under $60????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    That lightning clown is by far the coolest clown I have ever seen....and I am not a "designer" clown type person.

    Where can i get one for under $60????
    arent they like 2500 ea and only a few in the hobby i think
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