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View Poll Results: How long?
died within 0-3 months 10 18.52%
died within 4-6 months 1 1.85%
died within 7-9 months 1 1.85%
died within 10-12 months 0 0%
died within 13-18 months 0 0%
died within 19-24 months 0 0%
died within 2-3 years 1 1.85%
died within 3-4 years 0 0%
died after 5 years + 0 0%
currently alive 0-6 months 3 5.56%
currently alive 7-12 months 2 3.70%
currently alive over 1 year 4 7.41%
currently alive over 2 years 2 3.70%
currently alive over 3 years 2 3.70%
currently alive over 4 years 0 0%
currently alive 5 years + 1 1.85%
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Old 11-08-2008, 11:05 PM
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I'm on LB no. 3 now. The first one fell victim to a power head after about 4 months, my fault for not adequately protecting the intake. Number two went carpet surfing after 3 months or so. The current Homer is doing well since being introduced about 5 months ago. Looks like I may have passed the critical month of death stage for this guy.

All three were distinct personalities. First one was a good size when I got him and was missing a few cirrae on his head. He only grazed on the LR and took no other food. The second was slightly smaller than the first and a much livelier dude, maybe that's why he ended up being a jumper. He was a real omnivore and in addition to grazing the rock, he ate almost everything else that dropped into the tank around meal time. The current guy was very tiny when I got him and he did well to survive the initial couple of months since he was everyone's target, especially a Blue Devil Damsel. He's all grown up now and no longer takes any crap from the Damsel or anyone else, although he gives my Maroon Clown female and her BTA a wide berth. Like the first LB, he eats only what he finds on the LR, glass and any other equipment he can access.
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