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Old 06/02/2019, 05:53 AM   #551
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Although they are not fish that swim a lot, I love these boys.
The shape of the fins, the huge eyes and mouth, the color combination. Everything gives this fish a unique look.











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Old 06/02/2019, 06:19 AM   #552
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Gradually the corals are recovering.
I believe that another 6 months and, if nothing else goes wrong, we'll back on track.....








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Some chalices.....growing sloooooooooooooooooooowly








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Grogeous Alex. The reef is coming back to its former glory.


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Old 06/06/2019, 08:54 PM   #555
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Grogeous Alex. The reef is coming back to its former glory.
Thanks Janci!
It's a very slow ride.......................


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My initial intention, which has not yet been abandoned, was to have a couple of frostbite clowns.
However, the loss of a couple at the beginning of the setup, caused me to change direction and form this strange pair between an onyx female and a male of picasso that went bad.
I found them both separate, inexpensive, in different stores, at different times, and bought them thinking more about price than anything else.
I don't know if I will keep either or if I go back to the initial goal of ​​a frostbite couple. To sell them now doesn't seem right.
I think clowns have it different from other fish. Something that makes us cling more to them than to a damsel or a goby, for example.
They form a couple ..... they fix residence ...... and take them out after that seems, simply, wrong.
That's it for now.






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