I got eggs!

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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    So I guess my clowns finally decided to hook up? I've had them for like 5 years and they've never acted like a mated pair. They get along, but don't act like they are in tandem, you know. Today I saw a bunch of eggs in their usual spot! I'll post pics tomorrow after I clean the glass (hopefully they'll still be there). Bow chicka bow wow!
     
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    Congratulations, Grandma. :)
     
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    EliWhitney314 Phish Head

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    hehe very nice
     
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    Woo-hoooo.....congrats & good luck!
     
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    Can't wait to see pics, congrats!
     
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    Wow biff has joing the LR proud parent club:mrgreen:
     
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    Congratulations Granny Biffy :D
     
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    Caviar! Just in time for Xmas dinner! :bounce:
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Not the clearest pics, because I had just scraped the glass and there was crap floating around.

    Look at those parents to be! Beaming with pride! They are being very protective of their young.

    I am just really, really surprised. I've had them for 5 years now and they've never paired up or laid eggs. Then all of a sudden! Love must be in the air.

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    daugherty part time reefer

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    old granny biff. that is so cool that they are laying eggs after so long maybe the move is what they needed.
     
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    EliWhitney314 Phish Head

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    what kind of clown are those? and could I get one in my 40?
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Those are tomato clowns, and one or two would be fine in your 40.
     
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    They are beautiful
     
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    Biff what is that type of coral they laid their eggs in. I have that exact type and have no idea what it is:shock:
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Those are just hairy shrooms.
     
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    EliWhitney314 Phish Head

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    what kind of coral is that they are on?
     
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    EliWhitney314 Phish Head

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    whoops already answered.
     
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    nice grandma biff. wonder if you will be there to see the little fry just before the rest of your livestock decimates them.
     
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    the yellow tang in the background is lookin kinda hungry.:twisted:
     
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    congrats! :)
     
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