I did not. I figured that with the canopy - which was about a foot tall - and all of the lights, etc.... they would not only have to be high jumpers but pretty precise not to hit something on the way out. I found one in the overflow once, too. That was a nightmare getting it out.Just curious if you had a screen top because those little suckers can fly. I lost one during a water change. I moved the screen only about 6 inches. He must have jumped while I wasn't looking.
Red Scooter blenny/Starry dragonet is probably mine. I don't have a good photo on this computer, but mines in my build thread. Mine was the first fish I bought for my reef tank, and he's been very hardy throughout, and has beautiful coloration. He just scoots along all day long munching pods and brine shrimp.
Also Lawnmower blenny. They are so full of personality!
I have five species of damselfish in my tank of 80 gal, talboti, alleni, starckii, springeri, and rollandi, one of each species. They nip occasionally at each other, but otherwise the general picture is quite peaceful... and very coulourful indeedThat sounds like a WWE Royal Rumble themed tank. Adding fish would probably feel like this...
Fair enough.I have five species of damselfish in my tank of 80 gal, talboti, alleni, starckii, springeri, and rollandi, one of each species. They nip occasionally at each other, but otherwise the general picture is quite peaceful... and very coulourful indeed
Even with the most expensive plastic surgery, one cannot avoid looking worn-out when one's old...At what age do the PJ Cardinals start having a very rough, worn out, almost zombie-like look? I see those in Google Images but I assume they’re very old 10 maybe 15+ year-old PJs?
Do some other fish like Clowns, Tangs, Angels, Gobies and Damsels etc. also take on a worn-out looks when they’re old?
There are a lot of damsels - especially captive bred ones - that aren't a problem at all. I've got a C. Cyanea in my 40 and he's a cupcake.Damsels! I know they can be ******s but they come in so many colors and sizes! I’ve thought about having an all damsel tank with as many different varieties as I could house.