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    Re: Marine / Saltwater Fish

    Right click on pic , Open link . Thumbnail not working

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    Re: Marine / Saltwater Fish

    I didn't know you were a cook.

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    Re:Marine / Saltwater Fish

    Thought i would post a video of my skunk clownfish hosting a malu anemone!

    [video type=youtube]<object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/cCsOmXmG-fw&hl=en&fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/cCsOmXmG-fw&hl=en&fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>[/video]

    Enjoy

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    Re:Marine / Saltwater Fish

    What is doing what now?

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    Re:Marine / Saltwater Fish

    Clownfish hosting a malu anemone. Go watch Finding nemo for a clue

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    Re:Marine / Saltwater Fish

    Oh! Got it. Just didn't look like the same type of fish. Different terminology than the movie too, lol.

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    Re:Marine / Saltwater Fish

    Yep they are of the same family theres a lot of diffrent clownfish some peacful some very nasty

    Amphiprion akallopisos Skunk clownfish
    Amphiprion akindynos Barrier Reef Anemonefish
    Amphiprion allardi Twobar anemonefish
    Amphiprion bicinctus Twoband anemonefish
    Amphiprion chagosensis Chagos anemonefish
    Amphiprion chrysogaster Mauritian anemonefish
    Amphiprion chrysopterus Orange-fin anemonefish
    Amphiprion clarkii Yellowtail clownfish
    Amphiprion ephippium Saddle anemonefish
    Amphiprion frenatus Tomato clownfish
    Amphiprion fuscocaudatus Seychelles anemonefish
    Amphiprion latezonatus Wide-band Anemonefish
    Amphiprion latifasciatus Madagascar anemonefish
    Amphiprion leucokranos Whitebonnet anemonefish
    Amphiprion mccullochi Whitesnout anemonefish
    Amphiprion melanopus Fire clownfish
    Amphiprion nigripes Maldive anemonefish
    Amphiprion ocellaris Clown anemonefish
    Amphiprion omanensis Oman anemonefish
    Amphiprion percula Orange clownfish
    Amphiprion perideraion Pink skunk clownfish
    Amphiprion polymnus Saddleback clownfish
    Amphiprion rubacinctus Red Anemonefish
    Amphiprion sandaracinos Yellow clownfish
    Amphiprion sebae Sebae anemonefish
    Amphiprion thiellei Thielle's anemonefish
    Amphiprion tricinctus Three-band anemonefish

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    Re:Marine / Saltwater Fish

    r0ss0 just slapped us with fish knowledge. :laugh:

    Nice looking aquarium btw.
    [img size=500]http://i42.tinypic.com/15yys69.jpg[/img]

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    Re:Marine / Saltwater Fish

    I want a small micro-reef really bad I take care of the fish at my local Petco for a living right now... I know, some of you Fish Hobbyists are going to cry out "That's not a real way to care for fish you corporate monster!" but I assure you I take much better care of my Saltwater section than most. My local community of saltwater enthusiasts help me out quite a bit, coming in with tips and helping train me on what the company couldn't. In return, I do special orders for them for no extra cost ^-^ They're real fun. Right now my main focal tanks have 1) Small Yellow Tang, Small B/W Heniochus, 6-Line Hawaiian wrasse 2) An assortment of different Damsels, False-Percula Clownfish. Other ones I have in the other tanks is White-Tail Trigger, Clarkii Clowns, A big-arse Damsel (I dunno which type) Who's up for adoption, and a buncha large Hermit crabs ^^
    [img size=400]http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y10/Kitakie/Katsig34.png[/img]

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