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My pair of firefish, well one of them actually.....

The other one is, well, shy....

pretty poopy picture considering the fact that I love photography....VERY, VERY, twitchy fishies.....rare photo op.



Thought I'd show my female clownfish to make up for the crappy photography in the first pic....

 

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Beautiful fish. I'd love to have the time to have a saltwater tank.. just not so sure I'd be dedicated enough.
 

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Pretty! My dad is all into salt-water fish right now, and he had some just like that (both kinds of fish). Although I don't know what sex any of them are... he had 3 clownfish at one point, and we joked that we should name them Nemo, Nemette, and Heather ;)
 

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Your firefish is very pretty. We have a saltwater tank, but are trying to figure out how to move it. It's a 2 to 2 1/2 hour drive to where we will live.

I think right now we are planning to sell back the fish to a LFS and move the live rock and corals. We really don't want to give up the fish, but I think it's very unfair to lose one or two because we are selfish.

I'm not sure, though. We are going to talk to some locals and see what they recommend.

Your girl is so pretty! Our false percula and its anemone is the one thing my boyfriend really hates to give up.
 

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Thanks everyone!

Padunk said:
Beautiful fish. I'd love to have the time to have a saltwater tank.. just not so sure I'd be dedicated enough.
You'd be suprised how easily you get sucked in to it. Its sooo addicting! :mrgreen:




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Your firefish is very pretty. We have a saltwater tank, but are trying to figure out how to move it. It's a 2 to 2 1/2 hour drive to where we will live.

I think right now we are planning to sell back the fish to a LFS and move the live rock and corals. We really don't want to give up the fish, but I think it's very unfair to lose one or two because we are selfish.

I'm not sure, though. We are going to talk to some locals and see what they recommend.

Your girl is so pretty! Our false percula and its anemone is the one thing my boyfriend really hates to give up.
Moving a saltwater tank is a pain! Fortunately for us we only moved 15 minutes away. We bagged all fish, put the corals and live rock in a big rubbermaid tub, and left just enough water for all the living creatures in the sand.

Good luck with your move, I know how stressful it can be!
 

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I'm terrified of moving our saltwater tank. It's 150 gallons. Fortunately (or unfortunately depending on how you look at it) we have been too broke to add more than a few small pieces of live rock. Its just the breaking down of the tank and moving it physicly i'm worried about.

Offtopic: What type of camera do you use? I cannot for the life of me get a good pic of my fish cause my camera sucks.
 

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Its a Nikon CooPix 4100. Those are lucky shots..I get so frustrated when I take pics of my fishies...
 

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Those are very pretty fish. We used to have a saltwater tank but got rid of it after we kept moving and stuff. We had all kinds of clownfish too, they're so cute
 
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