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    HAWKS12thMAN NWKRC THUG!

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    Doc rember you pic of the cleaner and the emp.? Well thats what it looked like with the trigger and sally.
     
    HAWKS12thMAN, Nov 3, 2007
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    Doc I don't work for anybody

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    that sure is a crazy sight. except the emperor liked it!

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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Where's your yellow eyed tang that you got recently? Cool fish, BTW. I would love to have triggers!
     
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    RigoSharon LIVING REEFS INTERN

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    nice adds to your tank hawks..by the way your tank looks great!!
     
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    HAWKS12thMAN NWKRC THUG!

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    once again I left town and my daughters mom left the living room window open. When I got home my tank was at 61 deg. Everything was okay except the tang. She was winning a battle with ich, but that was too much stress for her.
     
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    Alexander

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    you have just not had the best luck with fish. I really hope these triggers live a long time for you
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    When are you going to break down and just get a heater? A heater will prevent stuff like that from happening, but you are so stubborn!
     
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    Alexander

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    i second the heater motion
     
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    HAWKS12thMAN NWKRC THUG!

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    NEVER! I moved my tank to a place that people know what there doing. Its fine here now.
     
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    wonderful sig!!!!!!!!! :bowdown:
     
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    Doc I don't work for anybody

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    no heater? are you anti artificial heat for religious reasons or something? it can't be the cost. weird.

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    Alexander

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    no kidding. I'm sure someone on here would even send you one!
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    He's just stubborn. He goes on about the fact that "I don't need a heater to get by!". But then we keep on hearing stories of the "accidents" that happen when someone leaves a window open... Hmmm.
     
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    Doc I don't work for anybody

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    Herfert, huh?

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    Alexander

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    and he's been gone so long he will have no idea what herfert is :)
     
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    the reason this family of triggers is "reef safe" is that with the position of their mouths ... they would have to turn completely upside down to nip at polyps or corals. i have heard of a few trying to get some of the inverts in the tanks, but those are few and far between. HTH

    GREAT fish by the way !! i will try to find pics of my male ...

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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Yeah and this family of triggers gets most of its food from the water column... They are planktonic feeders, which makes nipping at corals less likely.
     
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    sweet pics!
     
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    Yeah man The tank looks awsome!

    Great Fish when they breed i want the baby!
     
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    Alexander

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    are they easy to breed in captivity?
     
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