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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) )

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    reef123 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    Default Starfish

    I wanted to try to get a starfish. what kind of starfish do you think would be good to start with?

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    jojo22 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    A serpent star is reef safe will stir your sand and are really cool (but you won't see it much). How old is your tank??? You should have a mature tank to add these guys because they eat out of the sand bed.
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    reef123 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    My tank is a couple of months old but it;s doing good. i havn't had anything die so far and i have liverock that i lust put in about 2 weeks ago.

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    reef123 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    how do you feed them? do you need to?

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    reef123 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    how are chocolate chip starfish?

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    mutts - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    chocolate chip starfish will eat coral. serpant stars are very interesting, cool looking, and hardy. they are a great starter starfish. with other types of stars you have to be careful with salinity.
    ~Amanda~

    It is really nice to see you here in this thread. While your online how about you go over to the TOTM thread and enter or vote. It will only take a minute

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    reef123 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    will they eat brine shrimp?

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    reef123 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    or blood worms?

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    serpent stars creep me out, especially big ones

    as far as I know, they'll eat anything then can get their mouth on

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    carpenterwrasse - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    i dropped a shrimp pellet by him and he would walk to it and it was neat to watch it scoop it up and put it in its mouth...you would see the shape of the pellet in its stomach (body)...
    check this girl out she is a great singer

    http://myspace.com/nicolejamesmusic

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