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Should I get one of these for my 110 gallon coldwater tank?


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My brother and I did the rounds today on the live seafood markets to see if there was anything new and exciting. Mostly the same old stuff, snails, abalone, crab, lobster, clams, oysters, blah blah blah.....

 

But we found a new place that did have live fish today and these are what they had. They were all about 8 inches long or so, averaging about 2 lbs they told me and they were $7.99 a lb. Didn't know what they were at first but suspected a kelp greenling, which they turned out to be. Looks like they had 3 coloration's in there. Did some quick reading and the color differences are just male, female, and juvenile

 

My pictures dont do them justice so I'll post google images underneath each of my pics.

 

KELP GREENLING

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