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    Free Yellow Tail Damsel

    I have two of them and one is constantly being picked at by the other. His tail is a bit ripped up, but he is still swimming healthy and in good shape and eating well. Might be good for a test fish in a newly cycled tank.
    55 Gallon w 22 lbs of live sand and 40 lbs of crushed coral.
    60 lbs of live rock. 220 watts PC lighting.

    Damsel, clowns, xenia, digitata, green star polyps, torch, zoo's, candycane, shrooms.

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    Hi Cmarty01.

    Sent you a PM.
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    Patrick.
    Ottawa (Orleans), Ontario
    Yahoo IM: pwallnfld

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    if he doesn't take him i will...

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    So far Pwall has claimed it, but if things fall through I will repost.
    55 Gallon w 22 lbs of live sand and 40 lbs of crushed coral.
    60 lbs of live rock. 220 watts PC lighting.

    Damsel, clowns, xenia, digitata, green star polyps, torch, zoo's, candycane, shrooms.

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    cool.. he will fit right in on my semi agressive reef..

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    FISHERMAN, You might as well just go to BIGALS and load up on damsels. theres some really nice ones out there.

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    really? wow.. i'll go take a look..

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    and you can put a plastic castle or ship in there as well.

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    lol..

    i wish i had the room.. maybe the carry underwater lasers lol..

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    You could always buy a bunch of damsels and attach lasers to their foreheads and see how long they last with aggressive fish. Call it the Austin Powers experiment.
    55 Gallon w 22 lbs of live sand and 40 lbs of crushed coral.
    60 lbs of live rock. 220 watts PC lighting.

    Damsel, clowns, xenia, digitata, green star polyps, torch, zoo's, candycane, shrooms.

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