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  1. These fish that we see quite often when free dive collecting or just taking photos are always around in estuaries and the non-swell side of islands and sometimes they are opportunistic, in that a fish will make a mistake when one of us swims past and they take advantage of that mistake!
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  3. Yesterday I bought 3 red lizard whiptails L10a. They seem to be a bit more active than my common whiptails. These red ones actually 'move'.
  4. Has anyone had these before? I seen some today in a LFS and they look interesting. They didn't have the scientific name listed and I forgot to ask but I think they may have been either Homaloptera tweediei or Homaloptera smithi. That's just a guess by looking at the pics on www.loaches.com Thanks Jenny
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