Just added a sexy shrimp

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    koda_dad Mr. Paranoid

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    Damn its small...

    This thing looks so small it am worried it might be fish food...

    Any of these guys eat them>?
    Jawfish, Firefish, Clowns
     
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    VAreef

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    ooo picture please. I been thinking of getting some of these.
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Only one? They do better in groups.
     
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    Mine got eaten by something, either my clown or a hitchiker crab. I'm kinda leavning towards the crab.
     
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    koda_dad Mr. Paranoid

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    Ill try to get a pic...he is very small...and super hard to find.

    Its kind of weird how I got him...I purchased a purple firefish from my local guy/store and it ended up being delivered by a fellow reefer to me last night. The guy I bought the fish from sent it over to me... I never asked for it...but what you going to do... at 11pm it was just easier to put him in. (I googled them first )
     
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    koda_dad Mr. Paranoid

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    Not mine but here is the pic from my loca store.
     
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    They'll get bigger if they survive. I have around 8 of them and thought the same thing about them getting eaten when I first got them. For some reason the fish haven't bothered them at all.
     
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    U4BOYZ Got Fish?

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    That is an incredible photo!!!
     
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    Cathic Fish Wrangler

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    like a POTM really...
     
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    SeattleDarko REEFER

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    Wow... great shot!
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Oh people!! ;)

     
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    Leslee

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    That is a cool shrimp! I hope it does well!
     
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    Yup! I thought the same thing until I read the fine print. :lol:


    Not mine but here is the pic from my loca store
     
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    SeattleDarko REEFER

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    ok not your pic... i see now :)
     
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    SeattleDarko REEFER

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    hey I was still half asleep...
     
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    BL1 ............. Moderator

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    Still an awesome pic regardless of who took it
     
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    koda_dad Mr. Paranoid

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    Yup. Very cool pic. Not mine though... Once my corals get bigger I'll take some of mine too :)
     
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    You silly drunk reefers.

    Congrats,Koda.I would add 3 or more with them.It's really cool how they all hang around each other.
     
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    U4BOYZ Got Fish?

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    :) I knew it wasn't his photo. I'm still young enough to see the fine print...well, sort of. :) I still think it's an incredible photo. I've never seen one before. Awesome shrimp! I can see how it would be a problem to find in the tank!
     
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    U4BOYZ Got Fish?

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    P.S. Too bad it's not your photo. POTM winner for sure!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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