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  1. Ive never dealt with lyretail anthias, so I'm not really sure what to expect. Would they eat fish small enough to swallow? I know some anthias will, but no clue about most. What about reef compatability? Would they eat small shrimp and such, cause it will have fish and shrimp in sizes down to tiny(maybe even sexy shrimp)? Would that work, or would I need to put it into FOWLR? At the moment I have a TINY, barely larger than an inch&1/2, convict blenny in my QT, which MIGHT be small enough to fit in the mouth of a lyretail I'd like to get. If I get the anthias it would have to go in with the blenny. Is that a risky situation? Thanks for any and all help, everyone:)
  2. How to Acclimate Clean Up Crew Invertebrates Here's how to safely introduce the critters who'll keep your tank clean! PLUS: Sign up to get early access to our Black Friday deals >
  3. LCDRDATA

    DT Final FTS 107

    From the album: Data's DT

    Fifth of a series of final full tank shots before it gets broken down

    © James N. Dart

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    DT Final FTS 105

    From the album: Data's DT

    Fourth of a series of final full tank shots before it gets broken down

    © James N. Dart

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    DT Final FTS 103

    From the album: Data's DT

    Third of a series of final full tank shots before it gets broken down

    © James N. dart

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    DT Final FTS 102

    From the album: Data's DT

    Second of a series of final full tank shots before it gets broken down

    © James N. Dart

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    DT Final FTS 101

    From the album: Data's DT

    First of a series of final full tank shots before it gets broken down

    © James N. Dart

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    More DT 4

    From the album: Data's DT

    Female leopard wrasse w/large green favia/favites, Hellboy favia, encrusting gorgonian (pulled into base), newly-split rock flower anemone

    © James N. Dart

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    More DT 20

    From the album: Data's DT

    Cabbage coral, brittle star arms, frogspawn

    © James N. Dart

  10. LCDRDATA

    Emerald City 3

    From the album: Data's DT

    Emerald crab, orange Monti Cap, two flavors of green Candy Cane coral

    © James N. Dart

  11. LCDRDATA

    RBTAs & Clowns

    From the album: 30 Gallon Cube

    RBTAs and clown pair

    © James N. Dart

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    RBTA Stretch 2

    From the album: 30 Gallon Cube

    RBTA stretching again

    © James N. Dart

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    RBTAs etc.

    From the album: 30 Gallon Cube

    Side shot showing RBTAs, urchin, clown & Shakespeare

    © James N. Dart

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    RBTA Stretch

    From the album: 30 Gallon Cube

    RBTA stretching out

    © James N. Dart

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    Urchin

    From the album: 30 Gallon Cube

    Portrait of one of our slate-pencil urchins
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    Filter feeders

    From the album: 30 Gallon Cube

    Close-up of small feather-duster worm and dark blue encrusting sponge

    © James N. Dart

  17. We will be open today from 3-7, the rest of the weekend we will see what the snow brings! BUT today would be great to stop by as our stock is insane! In addition to the Western Australian Seahorses we also have 100's of corals, frags and colonies Male Crosshatch Trigger-8inch-Gorgeous Linneatus Wrasse-Super Male Rhomboid Wrasses Indian Black Trigger Yellow Tangs Scopas Tangs Pipefish Spanish Hog Diamond Gobies Mandarins, Spotted & Green-MAC Certified Clowns-Frostbite, Extreme Snow Onyx, Picasso, Midnight Blennies-Midas, Flametail, Bicolor Royal Grammas Lamarck Angels Flameback Angels Snails-Astrea, Nassarius, Turbo, Conch Hermits-Scarlett, Micro, Red Leg Much More!!
  18. LCDRDATA

    Emerald city

    From the album: Data's DT

    Emerald crab behind finger leather, pulsing xenia

    © James N. Dart

  19. From the album: Data's DT

    large limpet/elephan ear snail (not certain of exact terminology, but one cool critter!)

    © James N. Dart

  20. From the album: Data's DT

    Pink pincushion urchin with pulsing xenia

    © James N. Dart

  21. From the album: Data's DT

    serpent star among various other tank residents, incl. zoas, encrusting gorgonian, rock flower anemone

    © James N. Dart

  22. From the album: Data's DT

    serpent star among various corals, incl. zoas, encrusting gorgonian, "hellboy" favia

    © James N. Dart

  23. All corals are 20% off this week at Capital Aquarium. We are packed with corals including; chalice & favia frags, show size pectinia & meat corals, scolys, hammers, torch, deresa clams, crocea clams, aquacultured flowerpots, acan colonies, favias, eco gorgs and more! Colonies & Frags! LRS foods due in Friday. Lots of inverts in stock as well including; trochus snails, feather dusters, cleaner shrimp, babylonian welks, chocolate chip stars, fromia stars, nassarius snails & more! We are now open Thursday, Friday 3-7, Saturday 10-6 & Sunday 11-5. Hope to see you soon!
  24. My scallop does Not light up... What is wrong? any ideas?
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