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Octodude

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Hi all. I hope to be an addition here, and bring a little something to the board. I SCUBA dive and do saltwater tanks (as I'm sure many of you here do as well:wink:). I am also studying to do underwater photography and am after a degree in Marine Zoology, specifically cephalopod biology. I hope I can be helpful here.:smile:
 

monty

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:welcome: sounds like you'll fit right in!
 
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Sure thing. We look forward to any and everything you can contribute! Everybody likes good pictures too, so if you have any you've taken please share.
 

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Animal Mother;114173 said:
Sure thing. We look forward to any and everything you can contribute! Everybody likes good pictures too, so if you have any you've taken please share.


No camera OR cephs at the moment. School is too demanding. I have a 29 gallon reef tank. Very simple. I have a psychedelic dragonet, maroon clown, Condy anemone, Crimson shrimp, pearly jawfish, red skunkshrimp, and a green clown blenny. As well as assorted crabs and snails. I'm really proud of the dragonet. Got her to trigger readily at frozen mysis shrimp as well as live.
 

DWhatley

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I think the advice about dragonets being kept solitary may be reverse of what is best for them. Mine learned to eat frozen from a seahorse and then taught her newly introduced mate very quickly. I have since lost my female but the male has always eaten frozen mysis and Cyclop-eeze since his introduction to tank life, two years ago.
 

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