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    Livegoods 12-15-16

    Here are a few items available this week...

    Ultra Crocea 109.99
    Hippopus:49.99-59.99
    Squamosa:39.99-69.99
    Gold Maxima: 34.99-54.99
    Ultra Maxima: 99.99-174.99
    Nerites Snails,Trochus Snail, Rainford Gobies, Multicolour Fairy Wrasse, Rhomboid Fairy Wrasse, Sixline Wrasse, Foxface, Regal Tang, Sunrise Dottyback, Coral Beauty , Bicolor Angel, Saddleback Butterflyfish. etc etc

    Don't forget to check out the Showcase for updates.

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    Talking clams

    I'll take the ultra CROCEA [blue first choice, green second]
    or, ultra MAXIMA[blue first,green second] If over $120 please call other than that order away

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    I'd totally be interested in the Saddleback... (price pending of course)

    Does anyone know how coral friendly these are ?
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    sold the 77gallon back in 2005, looking to setup a nano

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    The Chaetodon ephippium grows up to 9 inches. The Saddle-Back Butterfly prefers a tank of at least 80 gallons with plenty of places to hide & swim. The Chaetodon ephippium is a omnivore and likes to eat variety of foods (meats & veggies). The Saddle-Back Butterfly is a medium maintenance fish and may act semi-aggressively toward other fish. Keep with caution in a reef aquarium; may eat/nip at corals. Chaetodon ephippium, Cuvier 1831, the Saddleback Butterflyfish. Broad feeder on benthic invertebrates including coral polyps. Keep water quality high (SG 1.020 - 1.025, pH 8.1 - 8.4, Temp. 72 - 78 F). The Saddle-Back Butterfly is commonly collected from the Indian Ocean.
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    RAINFORDS

    What are you asking for the gobies? My pair I have are the hardest fish I've own and all they do all day is eat any hair algea they can find! best fish for me. I wonder if 2 pairs would work.

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    Hi Ivan,

    I'm very interested in the Sunrise Dottyback. Please let me know how much it is.

    tx,
    clown_fish

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    sent you both a PM

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