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My New Tank....opinions Needed

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Gotta love rock watching! :)

It's addictive, funny thing is we have also become very attached to our hitch hiking lawnmower blenny, it's blinking ugly but boy is it interesting to look at and watch, and he deserves a nice new home.

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Algae blenny is very close to other blennies, jewel blenny in particular, it will feed itself all day and still flirt with you for food. :)

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i have got the orange spot flymo blenny great character

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He is the one I used to have like you say great little character. Looked like it was always watching you.


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Well getting quite excited now, should be up and running in just over a week, the rock is doing fine and I have managed to deal with the couple of Aiptasia that I have found, seen a few bristle worms which I think will be fine to leave alone, seen a good 5 or so tiny bristle stars on just one piece of rock and a couple of little star fish(small finger nail size).

Lawnmower Blenny is quite a character and I think he will be fine now until I'm set up.

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