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    The swallowtail bass look so colorful! Thats nuts!

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    Here's a new one. It's colorful and from the Wrasse family. To be specific, it is a Melanurus Fairy Wrasse.

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    That's beautiful-- I started collecting Wrasse pics because the entire family is INSANE with color!!

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    Fresh from the news: Deep-Sea Anglerfish

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    woah. that thing is hideously awesome.

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Size:  39.1 KB Hare's my betta fish, Andy. I thought I'd share :} I named him after my colorguard director xD

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    Anyone know what kind of fish that is? I drew up a tail design based off of it.

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    i tried finding it, but it always just said "pink fish" or whatever, so i didn't find out what it is
    its beautiful though!

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    Aww man. ): I was thinking of doing a reverse image search but I don't think that'd work.

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    It's a purple squarebox anthias fish.
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    MERMAN AEOLIUS TO THE RESCUE!! lol.

    really though, that would make a GORGEOUS tail.

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    Antias are beautiful fish...

    How about the yellow spotted anthias:


    and the blotchy anthias:
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    Re: A fish a day

    I love this thread!!!
    I was lucky enough when I took my certification dive for scuba, to see one if these guys!
    The Grunt Sculpin is THE coolest fish, this species found in the pacific northwest He moves really neat like too



    And back when I had my 55gal saltwater tank I had this guy along with two green spotted puffers, I sure miss them!

    A long horned cowfish.


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    Re: A fish a day

    I guess I should post actual pictures of my babies ^_^
    Here they are
    This is Tweak, he was an inch long when I got him and when he died he was about 9in long... miss him
    He'd give your finger kisses when you'd stick it in the tank, as well as follow you as you walked around the room lol

    And this is Yoshi and Spaulding, hilarious little guys. They loved clams on the halfshell ^_^


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    aeolius, those fish are beautiful! and so bright!
    & fresh, your fishies are so cute :3

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    Aeolius, those fish are super cool! I told my mom about them and now she's gonna buy one for her aquarium. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayeBlonde View Post
    Aeolius, those fish are super cool! I told my mom about them and now she's gonna buy one for her aquarium. :P
    If you cannot buy local, you can try LiveAquaria (I assume she has a saltwater tank). They do seem to have some of the regular squarebacks in stock. You'd need a few, as they do best in groups. Get at least one male and one female, as they have different coloration. Oh, and if you get all females, don'tbe surprised if one changes into a male - they're hermaphroditic.

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    Yes she has a saltwater tank with clownfish and an anemone and some sort of shrimp. I'm not sure what else is in there, though.
    Woah. :O Hahaha that's so cool. **wakes up one morning** "Oh look, Keisha got a sex change!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by merboy78xy View Post
    Coradion-- Cool! Didn't know that. What do you do "working with them?" Like in an aquarium? Or scientific fashion?
    Ok... here's my next fish-- I just discovered it... I think it's so striking!
    It's the Peppermint Angelfish!

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    You're looking at my peppermint I took care of him in quarantine. He's now on display in our Reef Machine exhibit. 1 of 2 captive specimens in the world.

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