Lets see your MD

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    Dana42078 Dana

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    just took them'

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    Aw man, that is such a beautiful fish. The first pic is particularly impressive.
     
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    Great pics, beautiful fish! I wanna play too
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    So awesome... <drool> How are you feeding these picky buggers?
     
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    Mine just eats pods, it might eat frozen but, the clowns don't let the food get close.
     
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    here is mine doing good this pic is from the first day we have had it for a month now and seems to be getting bigger. This is one of my fav fish. It was also the wifes pick. I am still nervous it will run out of pods but so far so good and I still see pods in the tank.
     
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    btw I love your zoa colony I can't wait till mine "grow up"
     
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    Dana42078 Dana

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    Love both of your pix. This fish made me want a saltwater tank period.

    Mine was trained at the fish store to eat frozen mysis..

    I know theres more of you that have one. Lets see some more pix!
     
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    Those are some nice looking fish everyone! How long have you had them and how do they eat for you?
     
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    Going on 4 months for me hes a fatty...but like i said he was trained before i bought him to eat brine and mysis
     
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    Good for you Dana. I've always wanted one, but never thought I had enough pods for both a Six-line Wrasse and a MD. Now that the Six-Line is dead maybe I should try one out. I'd love to get one that eats frozen or pellets.
     
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    Dana42078 Dana

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    Thats funny u say that, because when my md passes away i plan on buying a sixline
     
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    Dana42078 Dana

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    AWWWWW snaps, welcome to the MD club! Nice new edition!
     
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    Thanks! I've been wanting one for a long time now. I'm so happy its eating frozen. I fed it yesterday and it actually chases after the mysis.
     
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    Here's a better pic.

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    Nice pic Hiker! I really like that acro in the back left.
     
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    Thanks Brian. Here's a better pic of that Acro. The guy who sold it to me call it a Blue Fuzzy Acro.

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    wanna send me that sunset monti to the left haha...nice pictures hiker!
     
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