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75 Gallon SPS clam tank

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The Apprentice

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Well with all the new fish Pic's being posted today I thought i would post My Leopards before they hit the sand :shock:

Know you tell us about them Bi colored blennies Nikki :eek:
 

NaH2O

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Wow! Nice lookin' Leopards!

LOL - the bicolor blenny. Yours has great coloration on it, too. I was majorly bummed when I first saw that guy munching on my SPS frags. The digitata learned to keep its polyps in during the day, and would extend them after lights had been off for awhile. All the people I talked to about bicolor blennies said they're great and never had a problem.....except one.....I had one warning. Just like Mike warned me about the bicolor blenny being aggressive with my 6-line. Can't wait to hear the "I told you so". LOL. How long have you had yours? Mine is happily living in the nano for now. It is a good thing he had awesome colors....or else he would have gone to the LFS.
 

The Apprentice

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the bicolor blenny

As you can tell he is really camera shy :shock:

just hanging out, seeing what ya doing



NaH2O said:
Wow! Nice lookin' Leopards!

LOL - the bicolor blenny. Yours has great coloration on it, too. I was majorly bummed when I first saw that guy munching on my SPS frags. The digitata learned to keep its polyps in during the day, and would extend them after lights had been off for awhile. All the people I talked to about bicolor blennies said they're great and never had a problem.....except one.....I had one warning. Just like Mike warned me about the bicolor blenny being aggressive with my 6-line. Can't wait to hear the "I told you so". LOL. How long have you had yours? Mine is happily living in the nano for now. It is a good thing he had awesome colors....or else he would have gone to the LFS.
 

noonesname124

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Its a "must have" fish for me. mine sits on a rock in heavy current, holds on to dear life while getting blown at from left to right, very cute :D
 
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