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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) )

The Baja Outside Aquarium


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    Was looking in the sea of Cortez for a bit to see how mother natures fish tank looked. also a peek into pacific tide pools to come.
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    another group of dinner plate convict tangs munching on algae.
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    Mustard Tangs.
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    Snapper???
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    Passer angel
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    Strawberry Fields!!!
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    Nice pics! Thanks for sharing them.

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    here is a wild wrasse I think? I think it might be a kind of broom tail. I think its reef safe too.
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    no wonder. no hair algae.
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    lots for the frag swap.
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